Please forgive me if this question is redundant, I can't seem to find the 
answer to this anywhere...

I am a network admin of a heterogeneous small network (Windows and CentOS), and 
a non-developer.  How can I help move this project forward?

If there is anything that I can do to assist with this project, whether it be 
documentation editing, testing, financial (to a limited degree), or anything 
else, please let me know.

I have been looking at FreeIPA for a little while now, and I am completely 
convinced that this is what the Linux community needs to really move forward in 
the enterprise.  I am becoming increasingly convinced that we need to reduce or 
eliminate our reliance on proprietary identity management solutions, and for 
Linux on the desktop to be truly successful we need a comprehensive, open 
source identity and security management platform.

Also, has the group looked at some of the things that Likewise is doing 
(  Perhaps they would be 
interested in contributing some technical resources?  I believe that it could 
be a good strategic move for Redhat, FreeIPA and Likewise.  I was particularly 
interested in the GNOME group policies 
That is something that would really add tremendous value to the network admin 
deploying Linux to the desktop.

Thanks all.

Sean Brady
GTF Services LLC

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