Zach Oglesby is a database administrator who currently works with MS SQL Server (but will soon be moving to a company that uses PostgreSQL). He has been using GNU/Linux since 2001, and wishes to see it used more in learning environment. While he can program in a few languages when needed, Zach is more into the social importance of free software, as such he only writes code when its necessary.
I started with Fedora as a docs guy and that is were I will most likely devote the majority of my time. I am responsible for the Multimedia Beat, and bugs that you file against Readme Burning Iso get sent to me. You can almost always find me in #fedora-docs if you have docs questions for me.
I am also orgnizing the docs projects initivate to have a more formal QA process. If you would like to get invloved please check out the Docs QA page.
I just recently started to package to help with the Haskell SIG, I have a few packages in review, and I am currently the owner of the following:
I use Xmonad and Haskell every day, so when I noticed that Fedora needed help in this area I started to help out. I am currently packaging haskell libraries, and in the long term I would like to work more on the Haskell Spin, and maybe even a Xmonad (without Gnome) spin.