Self Introduction: David Sastre
d.sastre.medina at gmail.com
Thu Apr 16 09:15:21 EDT 2020
I'm still interested in contributing to this SIG and would like to hear
back from members.
I understand everyone may be busy and I don't expect an immediate response,
but I'd like to know more about potential areas I could contribute to.
On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 8:44 PM David Sastre <d.sastre.medina at gmail.com>
> First off, my apologies for the poor etiquette of not introducing myself
> My name is David Sastre, I work as a Cloud Architect for Red Hat in the
> EMEA region.
> My background is in system administration, identity management, security
> and automation.
> These days more focused in OpenShift and all things containers.
> I have always had an interest in ham radio, but never had enough time,
> motivation or money at the same time to commit to it properly.
> Now might be a good time.
> As a complete newbie to this field, I'm reading a lot, preparing to take
> my exam and get licensed.
> In my country, Spain, there are a few amateur radio associations, I'm a
> member of the URE (www.ure.es), where I've been assigned a temporary
> listening-only indicative (EA6325URE) until I get the definitive one.
> In the meantime, I've been using some of the already packaged software
> available in Fedora, and filled a couple of BZs (nothing really relevant),
> in order to, at least, have something to prove my interest in this SIG and
> my willingness to contribute.
> I'm also interested in the (obviously) closely related field of
> I'm completely self-tought, so may I ask the group to bear with me while I
> learn the ropes.
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