User:RyanBagueros

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* my computing preferences include mutt and freebsd.
 
* my computing preferences include mutt and freebsd.
 
* i can read and write spanish and portuguese pretty well and i am actively studying both languages. i studied french for 7 years but i think that all i can claim is i read/write okay and i speak broken quebecois. i don't actively keep up on french. i've also studied arabic and in general i'm interested in languages and linguistics.
 
* i can read and write spanish and portuguese pretty well and i am actively studying both languages. i studied french for 7 years but i think that all i can claim is i read/write okay and i speak broken quebecois. i don't actively keep up on french. i've also studied arabic and in general i'm interested in languages and linguistics.
 
all that stuff takes a lot of time and money. all of the above are seeking well-to-do angels who can ease our financial burdens. we're also seeking reliable volunteers who can actually get stuff done.
 
  
 
my interest in the noise bridge project is that i'm looking to make friends by helping build something cool that's right in my neighborhood (i live a block away from the space).
 
my interest in the noise bridge project is that i'm looking to make friends by helping build something cool that's right in my neighborhood (i live a block away from the space).

Latest revision as of 17:53, 24 April 2008

hi, i'm ryan bagueros.

  • i'm co-founder of san francisco community colo, a non-profit colocation facility that provides at-cost server colocation to other non-profits, community groups and free software projects. while we are for the most part fiscally solvent through our model, we DO need financial help as well as network equipment donations. we also need volunteer sysadmins who can help eat away at our open ticket list.
  • i'm owner/founder of northxsouth, a for-profit free software business active in san francisco, california and sao paulo, brazil. we work within the latin american free software movement and also we offshore stateside programming/sysadmin jobs to america latina.
  • my computing preferences include mutt and freebsd.
  • i can read and write spanish and portuguese pretty well and i am actively studying both languages. i studied french for 7 years but i think that all i can claim is i read/write okay and i speak broken quebecois. i don't actively keep up on french. i've also studied arabic and in general i'm interested in languages and linguistics.

my interest in the noise bridge project is that i'm looking to make friends by helping build something cool that's right in my neighborhood (i live a block away from the space).

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