That's a volunteer position or payable work?
On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 10:25 PM, Mike O'Donohue <airurando at eircom.net>wrote:
> Hi All,
>> A friend asked me to forward this request for information to the ilug
> mailing list. I hope it is acceptable topic for this list. If not I
> sincerely apologise. I'd be very grateful if anyone could provide
> Michael with feedback regarding this very positive OSS Limerick
> project. Below is Michael's mail,
>> Kind regards
>> Mike O'Donohue.
>>> Begin forwarded message:
>> Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2011 23:24:17 +0000
> From: Michael Jonker <citizen.jonker at gmail.com>
> To: ubuntu-ie at lists.ubuntu.com> Subject: FOSS human resources
>>> Dear People,
>> I am writing for a bit of assistance in finding FOSS human resources.
>> I have recently been approached by two community entities in Limerick
> regarding transition to an open source environment:
>> 1: The Northside Learning Hub , an established community training and
> school support facility. I have already set up 14 Ubuntu stations in
> their Digihub and am in process of migrating their admin workstations
> into a hybrid OS network (unfortunately MS Exchange)
>> 2: Limerick Community Connect - A new community organisation focussed on
> digital inclusion for everyone in Limerick. They are in process of
> setting up their own infrastructure and shown interest in an open source
> route as well. They potentially will be interested in a FOSS server.
>> Both parties have expressed interest in finding the right people to give
> specialist training in the following:
>> * Gimp
> * Inkscape
> * Scribus
>>> Ideally these should be people with graphical expertise who are or have
> used these packages in a production environment.
>> Also, I would like to offer the service to set up a FOSS server, but
> would need someone with FOSS (or Red Hat) networking experience to work
> with me on the set-up.
>> I am hoping you can help by relaying this message into your community
> for expressions of interest.
>> All the best,
>> Michael Jonker
> Revive your PC
>michael at reviveyourpc.ie>> --
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