Beth Lynn Eicher is a professional Linux System Administrator since 1999.
Activities within Fedora
I joined at the South East LinuxFest 2010 at the Friday Fedora Activity day. Right now I am focusing on wiki gardening. I am interested in working on documentation guides in need of adoption. Also, if you want an experienced sysadmin to read your guide, please let me know.
Currently I am reviewing the rpm guide and surfing the bugzilla in search of packages in need of manpages.
I did not know Fedora Women existed until I joined
the list on June 20, 2010. At the very least, I have helped by increasing Fedora Women population by one.
As women, it is important to stand up, be heard, and be counted as part of the greater community.
I am Fedora
Read my blog post where I declare "I am Fedora."
What I do:
- I am not a programmer. I enjoy helping people get started with Linux wherever I can.
- My day job is "Senior Systems Engineer" at a government research facility supporting Linux-based high performance resources.
My contributions are focused on one of these efforts:
1. The Ohio LinuxFest, a community conference for all, ohiolinux.org
3. Western PA Linux User Group, my home LUG, wplug.org
4. Visionary behind a Linux system adoption service freelinuxbox.org
What I am using now:
I run many flavors of Linux including: Fedora 12 and Ubuntu 10.04 UNR on the desktop. On server platforms I use RHEL, CentOS, and SUSE. My home is an constant installfest.
Email: email@example.com (personal) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ohio LinuxFest)
Last update June 15, 2010. --Bethlynn 11:37, 15 June 2010 (UTC)