After two years, I still haven't found out how to delete the project I created in 2002... I've never really worked on it and don't plan to anymore.
I guess I'm flaky! :)
I would like to contribute to the opensource world after abusing it for so long. First, by installing Debian on my machine. Then, by helping the development efforts on Mono, which I think is great, being a fan of the .NET platform.
But I'm also a thinker (or I try to be, anyway). Outsourcing is bound to become a problem eventually, until we find a way to adapt (like we adapted when the computers came around... people ranted that computers were stealing their jobs). How are you supposed to become a project manager when you need experience for that job and those jobs are being outsourced (somebody here had an article on that recently)? Sure, you need public skills and personnality, but you still need those technical skills.
The answer: the opensource movement. Here is where we can find wisdom, knowledge and experience (no, no public speaking skills, sorry).
Let's start working!