How can me, myself and I contribute? Especially given my niche skillset... 22 August 2020, 19:11:24 So I guess I'll have to tell some strangers about myself but the Artix project is interesting enough, to me, that I don't mind. You won't be getting my social security number though (mostly cause I'm not American.Jokes aside: I am a soon-to-be PhD student in mathematics. I specialise in logic, particularly the model theory of ordered structures. As for computer knowledge, well I know enough that with a little help (thanks Vim Diesel) I was able to install Artix (certainly no a feat worthy of a medal) and I made sure I understood each step as opposed to just following the instructions as given. I can do very shell script, have a decent grasp on Python 3 and I've always been interested in learning the languages Haskell and C. I've also set up basic servers on Vultr for the heck of it (and a minecraft server for my bf), some of which were OpenBSD and FreeBSD systems. The rest were all Debian-based, not that it really makes that much of a difference.The things I do and the things I enjoy all boil down to learning, especially since I live in a world (including this forum) which is filled with people who are "smarter" than me. By which I mean they have skills and knowledge I don't and I would love to share.Apologies for the long-winded life summary. With these meagre skills, what could I do to help out around here?PS. Hope I'm not coming across as arrogant or anything and English is also not my native language but I believe it was okay.