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rewilli -at- lexmark -dot- com wrote:
> i am highly interesting in working with open source type of stuff.
> what kind of procudure would i go through to find a project of some
> type to work with?
or other open source documentation groups
Do a search on: http://www.google.com
for: Apache, GNOME, KDE, FreeBSD, BSDI, SourceForge, Samba,
OASIS, Los Alamos National Labs, Python, and Open Content.
Check out the list of projects that need documentation.
Find one that appeals to you.
Send an email discussing your background & how much time you
will commit, to the contact person listed next to each