I'd like to join :)
I guess Jared Norris may recognize my name. For those who don't know me
yet, this is my Wiki: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad
For the last 4 years, I have been one of the most super active
contributors to Ubuntu Communities and during that time, I have started
my own projects such us:
and more ..
Also, I had some real life activities like: converting 61 machines to
Have not updated my record yet from 60 to 61 :)
Now, my entire real life has changed. I am in Sydney (Australia) now.
I'd like to join you and put all my experience, knowledge, activities,
projects, etc at your service and the entire country.
For the last 4 years, most of my activities were online. Now, I am very
much interested to go for another challenge and move these activities to
real life. Where I came from (Dubai), there are very and I mean VERY few
people know are using GNU/Linux. Speaking of 61 machines converted, only
very few people (owners of these machines) have heard about it and 99%
of those who have heard about it, had used it. And, I know people over
there tend to use either Mac or Windows which is a fact that I don't
like at all and have tried to changed it and managed to change the life
of 61 machines, a side from others that I haven't converted myself.
Now, it is time for a real challenge. Convert people in real life to
I have just arrived very recently and I haven't yet done anything except
getting new phone number. This is the 2nd email I send while I am here
and it happens that you are the first team I am contacting :) I haven't
even contacted my teams like (Ubuntu GNOME, ToriOS and StartUbuntu).
I'd like to meet you all if possible and I'd like to help as much as I
can. Those who have worked side by side with me, they can vouch for my
ability to help, beside my skills and knowledge :)
Some might not believe all what is written on a Wiki Page. Yes, I do
like to prove that rather than asking people to read :D
Hope you accept me in this team and hope I could help with everything I
have in hands.
Thanks and sorry for the long email.