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From: Shyam Mani <fox2mike@g.o>
To: gentoo-dev@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-dev] New Forums Staff : jmbsvicetto
Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2006 19:19:32
1 Hi Everyone,
4 Please welcome our latest forums staff, Jorge Vicetto aka jmbsvicetto.
6 Here's an intro from him :
8 I was born at Terceira Island, Azores. I've completed high school at
9 Terceira and attended the computer and information science programme at
10 the Portuguese College IST (Higher Technical Institute) at Lisbon. I've
11 later returned to Terceira where I started working as a net/sys admin
12 while completing a B.Sc. in Computer and Information Science with UMUC -
13 University of Maryland University College. I've got my B.S. on June
14 2004. I was accepted for the M.Sc. in Internet Computing at the
15 University of Liverpool on September 2005, having transfered to the M.
16 Sc. in Information Technology (specialisation in Information Security).
17 Currently, for personnal reasons, I've suspended my enrollment on the
18 programme.
20 I've been working at the Angra do HeroĆ­smo Nursing School since
21 September 1999 as a net/sys admin and consultant to the Director's
22 board. I've also worked as a consultant for the Azorean Health Finantial
23 Institute for 1 year and a half. I'm currently also working since
24 October 2004 to the Angra do HeroĆ­smo Hospital as net/sys admin and
25 consultant.
27 I started working with Linux around 1996. The first distribution I used
28 was Slackware, probably 3.1. I then used 2 or 3 versions of Red Hat
29 starting at 4.0 and including 5.2. I later switched to SuSE and used
30 versions 6.0, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 7.0, 7.1, 8.0 and 9.0. From there I
31 switched to Gentoo in March 2004 with the 2004.0 release. I think I
32 tried the 1.4 release, although I'm not sure. I also tried FC1 and FC2,
33 but never used it for long. I've since then used openSuSE 10.X at work.
34 I also run SLES 9.0 at work. For recovery and testing I've used several
35 versions of knoppix and sysresccd.
37 I spend most of my time at work around the 2k/2k03 AD, doing the usual
38 user, group and permissions management; looking over the network; taking
39 care of the webmail and proxy servers; and creating, updating and
40 maintaining our workstations. I've designed and helped implement the
41 network at the Nursing School and was assigned to accompany the
42 implementation of the network at the Hospital. I've designed and
43 implemented the AD at both places. I've used Ghost and G4U to create the
44 workstations for both places. I'm currently implementing park management
45 with OCS_NG and GLPI. I keep a Postfix+Cyrus+Horde system for webmail
46 and am currently switching it over to Gentoo. Throughout the years I've
47 been maintaining systems running Oracle and Notes. I've also been
48 running VMware GSX and now ESX Server.
50 So, throw up the usual parties, say hello when you meet him and make him
51 feel at home :)
53 Regards,
55 --
56 Shyam Mani | <fox2mike@g.o>
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Re: [gentoo-dev] New Forums Staff : jmbsvicetto Peter Gordon <codergeek42@g.o>
Re: [gentoo-dev] New Forums Staff : jmbsvicetto Luis Medinas <metalgod@g.o>
Re: [gentoo-dev] New Forums Staff : jmbsvicetto Mark Kowarsky <mark_alec@g.o>
Re: [gentoo-dev] New Forums Staff : jmbsvicetto Christel Dahlskjaer <christel@g.o>