Hey, I've already talked to square bottle about the position, I'm here to link to some work I've done and just to give you a little info about who I am.
That's my port, now somethings about me.
I've been an avid linux user for about two years, I started with redhat 9, moved to fedora core 2, then fedora 3, 4, 5, and 6, those were my mainstay distros, the ones I knew/liked best. I was fairly conservative, however I played with knoppix, slax, slackware, and an assortment of other ones. I finally stumbled upon an xgl distro called kororra, I immediately implimented it into FC5, which was a pain, however worth it when I could do everything I saw on those lovely videos. I came upon sabayon when Squarebottle showed me 3.1, it was the first full install
that gave me XGL without the hassle. I had been using compiz, beryl was new but nice, and I finally fell in love with a new distro since Fedora core.
I took a course which was esentially the equivalent of 6 years of photoshop. I learned some other programs but the emphasis was Illustrator and Photoshop, I'm still learning gimp, and for the time being I'm going to be stuck on a windows machine, once Sabayon supports Raid 0, or until I free up some hd space on my extra drive I'll be running sabayon on the side. The main reason I don't use linux all the time, is because I'm an avid music lover, I bought a soundblaster x-fi card, and I don't believe on onboard sound
I met Square bottle in this class, we were pretty astranged until the 2nd year. Since we've become pretty good friends and have quite a bit in common. I introduced him to linux, via an ubuntu cd I had recieved from their distrobution program. He fell in love with it, and ever since he's been out and about trying ever distro until he stumbled up on this one, which he's had incredible affection for ever since. I'd love to be an art developer for this particular distro. I can't do gui's or any programing, I do backgrounds best and I do most of my work with people and pictures of them, but I'd love to give back to the linux community in the way it has given to me.