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#Acer Aspire ONE N450 (no hard disk installed) for USB testing
 
#Acer Aspire ONE N450 (no hard disk installed) for USB testing
 
#XO-1 G1G1 Version  
 
#XO-1 G1G1 Version  
#XO-1.5 (loaned from OLPC for testing software)
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#XO-1.5  
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#XO-1.75
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#XO-4.0
 
#TrimSlicePro with solid state HD that I am currently testing.
 
#TrimSlicePro with solid state HD that I am currently testing.
#TrimSlice h with HD (on order)
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#Intense PC 4GB STD with Linux with HD
#MSI WindBox (2)
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#TrimSlice h with HD  
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#MSI Wind Box (2)Used for Bios Boot testing.
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#Yoga Pro 2 with M$ 8.1 with VirtualBox & Used for UEFI testing
  
 
===Volunteer Work===
 
===Volunteer Work===

Revision as of 20:54, 7 November 2014

Thomas Gilliard

Bellingham Wa. USA
Retired and a Volunteer for sugarlabs.org

Education and work

BA Geology Franklin and Marshall College
MS Geological Oceanography- University of Hawaii - Hawaii Institute of Geophysics (Manoa)
Also installed Satellite Networking Antennas and electronics in State of Hawaii for HNS (Hughes Network Systems) -

Computers Available for Testing

  1. MacBookProi7 (OSX)
  2. Penguin Libre GNU/Linux Notebook (Trisquel 5.5)
  3. Acer Aspire ONE N450 (no hard disk installed) for USB testing
  4. XO-1 G1G1 Version
  5. XO-1.5
  6. XO-1.75
  7. XO-4.0
  8. TrimSlicePro with solid state HD that I am currently testing.
  9. Intense PC 4GB STD with Linux with HD
  10. TrimSlice h with HD
  11. MSI Wind Box (2)Used for Bios Boot testing.
  12. Yoga Pro 2 with M$ 8.1 with VirtualBox & Used for UEFI testing

Volunteer Work

  • My main work is in testing and annotating wiki pages for sugarlabs:
http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_Creation_Kit/sck/SCK-2 Is my current Project Page on the wiki.
(This includes tutorials consisting of annotated screenshots to introduce sugar features to new users.)
Keeping track and test all of the OS's that run Sugar-Desktop
Writing Virtual Box Importable Appliances for users to use to run sugar-desktop
Testing SoaS Spin in fedora-qa
  • I have Helped test f17 with #fedora-qa; particularly writing of USB versions of Desktop; Soas; and DVD (Bios boot and EFI boot on a MacbookPro i7)