I am the Sr. Community Manager for the Enable Sysadmin team, and I want to encourage everyone to check out our new space here at the Red Hat Learning Community. We are a technical blog site hosted by Red Hat, and we help technical authors get published! Our focus areas are Linux administration, automation, scripting and programming, sysadmin career, and more.
One of the things that I look forward to the most about this new space is the ability to interact with audience members through comments and feedback on our articles (new pieces posted Mon-Friday).
Swing by and say hello!
PS. If you are interested in doing any writing, please reach out to me directly, and I'd be happy to help you get started with the process!
Thanks so much for sharing this information. I typically share a ton of resources with my students when I'm delivering a Red Hat Training course and I love sharing articles from here. Based on your post, I'm thinking I might also want to contribute an article myself now. I love the articles here and think contributing would be a great way to give back to the OpenSource community.
LOL - you're too kind. However, I am looking to contribute to this now as I am hoping for some ideas. It seems easier when teaching someone because people ask how can I do this or how does this work and then the explanation and demo just follows. The classroom and questions are my ideas and inspirations, it is harder to just come up with the scenario for an article with no inspiration.