On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 11:21 PM, Niklas Lemcke - 林樂寬 <compul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > As you can see in my mail to Bill, I am not (yet) a crypto coder, but > studying maths & crypto at college (in Taipei, Taiwan, although I am > actually from Germany). I do kow my way around some C/C++ though. Not > so much around Windows though, have been using mainly Debian since my > early teens. > > So since you and Bill can probably better estimate that--if there is > something a rookie like me could work and / or learn on, feel free to > let me know. :) > > Niklas > I'm in the same boat as well. I'm an engineering student, but I've had a strong interest in computer technology since I could use one. I'm most knowledgeable with system administration, networking, and web development (PHP/SQL). However, I am familiar with C, C++, Java, and various system scripting (perl, bourne shell, stuff like that). I'm in the "let me know what to do, and I'll try my best" crowd as well. It's a great learning experience and I'd be proud to contribute to a project such as this. By the way, everyone: I created a IRC channel on OFTC, #CipherShed ircs://irc.oftc.net:6697/CipherShed I did some reading on Freenode and OFTC's policies/goals, and I think OFTC is a bit more attractive, so I went with it. My time available on IRC will be sporadic throughout the day, but I'll definitely stick around.