The staff at UnixGeeks.Org would love to write out new files for each of the topics and more. However, this isn't very efficient and slows down the flow of information to interested parties. We are now soliciting pieces from anyone interested in helping out the newbie track. Below are some of the topics we would like to cover. If you are interested in writing on one of these, please mail "ideas AT unixgeeks.org" to coordinate the writing. These topics will be dished out on a first come first serve basis. Multiple parties interested will be put in touch with each other in case you are interested in collaborating. All submissions will be reviewed and edited by the staff here. Submissions should be signed by you (however you wish to sign). We prefer you leave an email address to answer any questions about the article (or we can field them for you). Check back frequently for status of each topic! Wanted! unix: shells, commands, kernel, memory. A brief intro describing each topic, how they interact, their importance to the system, etc. firstname.lastname@example.org unix: basic use and implementation of procmail email@example.com unix: basic networking commands (ping, traceroute, nslookup) securus misc: win95: installing, configuring and basic use of SecureCRT misc: win95: installing, configuring, basic use, and concept of 'nukenabber' and/or other DoS protection programs. WinNuke, OOB, etc. (in the works: Alaric) misc: win95: use and explanation of default networking tools under Win95. tracert, ping, etc. firstname.lastname@example.org misc: telephony: basic workings of telelphone systems, PBXs, switches, etc networking: explanation and concepts of Denial of Service attacks all: dealing with special characters in file names, all platforms
Don't see a topic above you are interested in? Still want to write for the newbie track? Have suggestions for topics you think should be included? Send them!
"ideas AT unixgeeks.org"