Some of us regular Linux.org users addicts should probably better list/explain our skills so we can better understand each other and have better ideas on who to tag in unanswered questions. My profile can be seen here (tl;dr) - https://launchpad.net/~devyncjohnson-d For those that do not read long text, I am primarily a programmer that know a variety of languages and I am learning more. My primary language is Python3, and I hope to learn C after I learn Scala which I have just started. I am familiar with numerous Unix systems like Solaris, *BSD, Inferno, ....., etc. I have some experience with Windows during my evil years until I saw the light and switched to GNU/Linux, thus saving my digital soul . I have some certifications and I am very well acquainted with the command-line even though I make jokes that I am so lazy that I alias everything to a few letters (alias touc="touch" #Thanks @lobo ). I am very familiar with the kernel, hence the nickname "Kernel King" (thanks @ryanvade ). Once I know C, then I can become the Kernel Emperor. Overall, I know a variety of other computer/Linux topics. Any questions?