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Fedora Interests: Custom spin tools, assorted games, fedora talk
 
Fedora Interests: Custom spin tools, assorted games, fedora talk
  
Hours per week promised: 4
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Hours per week promised: For the foreseeable future I am not going to get time to regularly work on FES stuff. I'll stay attached to FTBFS stuff since that task has subparts and I can do drive fixes if I get time.
  
 
= Skillset =
 
= Skillset =
  
Programming Languages: C, Perl, SQL, Fortran
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Programming Languages: C, Perl, SQL, Fortran (I have used others but it's been a long time.)
  
 
Certifications:
 
Certifications:
  
How long using Fedora: Regularly starting around FC6. (I used RH 6.2 for a long time.)
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How long using Fedora: Regularly starting around FC6. (I used RH 6.2 for a long time. I had at least tried FC 3, 4 and 5 but I think I mostly used RH 6.2 during that period.)
  
 
How long using Linux: Since around 1998 or so. Before that I used GNUized unix going back to around 1991. And more standard unix for a few years before that.
 
How long using Linux: Since around 1998 or so. Before that I used GNUized unix going back to around 1991. And more standard unix for a few years before that.
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* I also have been doing a little bit with asterisk.
 
* I also have been doing a little bit with asterisk.
 
* I am an amateur sysadmin.
 
* I am an amateur sysadmin.
* I have done some playing around with networking flashing my consumer routers with wireless support with DDWRT. (Though I plan on going to openWRT in the future.) And have done some studying of traffic control using linux tools. At some point I want to get around to having my routers do traffic classification and shaping.
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* I have done some playing around with networking, flashing my consumer routers with wireless support. I currently am using DDWRT in production and a custom OpenWRT trunk build in testing.
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* I have done some studying / testing of traffic control using linux tools (ip and tc). At some point I want to get around to having my routers do traffic classification and shaping.
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* I am good at problem solving.
  
 
= Current Access =
 
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What personal resources do you have that could be of use?  (workstation, virtualization environment, cluster, high speed internet, etc)
 
What personal resources do you have that could be of use?  (workstation, virtualization environment, cluster, high speed internet, etc)
 
* I have a tdm400p that I use with asterisk.
 
* I have a tdm400p that I use with asterisk.
* I have at least one (old) server that isn't a big deal to have wiped most of the time.
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* I have at least one (old) workstation (wx8000) that isn't a big deal to have wiped most of the time.
* I have a T1 data connection to my home.
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* I have a T1 data connection to my home with a /27 IP address allocation.
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* I am running the DNS server (tinydns/axfrdns) for wolff.to and can create subdomains at will.
  
 
[[Category:FESMember]]
 
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Latest revision as of 17:44, 22 October 2010

Personal Info

Name: Bruno Wolff III

Location/Timezone: US Central Time

Active Member of Fedora for: About 3 years depending on the definition of active

Fedora Interests: Custom spin tools, assorted games, fedora talk

Hours per week promised: For the foreseeable future I am not going to get time to regularly work on FES stuff. I'll stay attached to FTBFS stuff since that task has subparts and I can do drive fixes if I get time.

Skillset

Programming Languages: C, Perl, SQL, Fortran (I have used others but it's been a long time.)

Certifications:

How long using Fedora: Regularly starting around FC6. (I used RH 6.2 for a long time. I had at least tried FC 3, 4 and 5 but I think I mostly used RH 6.2 during that period.)

How long using Linux: Since around 1998 or so. Before that I used GNUized unix going back to around 1991. And more standard unix for a few years before that.

Do you have a full time job working on or with Linux: (yes/no) no (Not as my primary focus, though my desktop at work runs Fedora.)

Do you have a full time job doing development: (yes/no) no

Technology Specialties:

Other notable experiences and skills:

  • Run a database driven hobby web site using some perl scripts that pull data from a postgres database.
  • I also have been doing a little bit with asterisk.
  • I am an amateur sysadmin.
  • I have done some playing around with networking, flashing my consumer routers with wireless support. I currently am using DDWRT in production and a custom OpenWRT trunk build in testing.
  • I have done some studying / testing of traffic control using linux tools (ip and tc). At some point I want to get around to having my routers do traffic classification and shaping.
  • I am good at problem solving.

Current Access

What access do you currently have in Fedora? packager spin-kickstarts

What personal resources do you have that could be of use? (workstation, virtualization environment, cluster, high speed internet, etc)

  • I have a tdm400p that I use with asterisk.
  • I have at least one (old) workstation (wx8000) that isn't a big deal to have wiped most of the time.
  • I have a T1 data connection to my home with a /27 IP address allocation.
  • I am running the DNS server (tinydns/axfrdns) for wolff.to and can create subdomains at will.