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Re: Introduction

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_galois.collab.net>
Date: 2001-01-26 17:36:51 CET

Sarah Woodall <sarah@littlepinkcloud.com> writes:
> the middle of the year at least. I hope you don't mind me lurking in
> the meantime.

Lurkers are always welcome, and we look forward to when you have time
to contribute as well.


Sarah Woodall <sarah@littlepinkcloud.com> writes:
> As requested on the project website, I am introducing myself.
> I'm a programmer with 20 years' experience and have spent the past few
> years specialising in software configuration management -- creating
> automated build systems and administering source trees for several
> large inter-related projects under CVS. I am currently taking a
> complete break from my normal line of work, to serve as Agent to a
> Member of Parliament (I'm in the UK, in case this isn't obvious) and
> will be doing that full-time for the next several months, after which
> I'll have a hard think about where my career is going next. Where I
> _think_ it's going is back into the software industry, but probably not
> as a permanent employee. Maybe as a contractor or consultant coming in
> to sort out people's source-control problems?
> Subversion looks like a really interesting project and I want to learn
> about it, both because it's interesting and because I think it would be
> useful for me, but I'm not going to have any time to contribute until
> the middle of the year at least. I hope you don't mind me lurking in
> the meantime.
> Sarah
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