I'm no friend of google, so doc.google.com is not a ressource for me.
Being a retired person I have some time left to spend to a favorite game of mine, TESV.
Currently I'm trying to get it going via wine on my new machine. While googling around to solve some error messages of PlayOnLinux, I stumbled into this project. So, instead of optimizing some drivers or desktops I decided to volunteer here.
I started with microcomputer programming in the late 70s of the last century (of the last millenia :-)) with 6502, 6802, 6809 and 68000. I got some experience on IBM370 and BS2000 machines using macroassembler, FORTRAN and COBOL. Later I switched to C/C++, Ada and some other even more exotic programming languages. Lately I started learning JAVA and had a look into LUA.
Getting more experienced (=getting older) I went through testing, QA/QM and finally to PL/PM.
Even if I am a little bit older than the avarage programmer I think I will, with the help from fellow collegues being nearer at the stuff than me, currently, succeed in mastering Papyrus.
But I also can do the PTM.
English is not my mother tongue - so be gentle.