On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 7:40 PM, beyond.hack <beyond.hack(a)gmail.com> wrote:
thanks Peter Robinson for such a wonderful reply..
But I still want to ask a few things i.e I want to get engaged in the work
to test and rectify the fedora for different hardware available such as
How to be a part of that? Whom to contact for it..
You already have these devices? If so there's details on how to get
started on the wiki  and here on the list or IRC are as good a
place as any to report progress or ask questions.
I am into FOSS for the first time so, I guess I am slow a bit.
On Thu, Aug 2, 2012 at 4:25 AM, Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 1, 2012 at 4:38 PM, beyond.hack <beyond.hack(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > hello experts,
> > Myself Saurabh Shandilya, an undergraduate from Electronics background,
> > I am
> > highly interested in developing and contributing anything to Fedora-arm.
> > I am an Embedded Linux developer, ported linux and its few distros on
> > ARM
> > based single board computers like that of Beaglebone/board and have a
> > programming experience in blueboard etc..
> > I am confused how to approach to contribute to the Fedora-arm and what
> > all
> > to learn for it..
> It's hard to give you a list of things to do. The ARM component
> operates in the same way as the rest of the project. There's a lot of
> stuff to be done, almost an infinite list, so you need to have a look
> around and work out what your interested in and get stuck in. It's
> worth finding out when you do find something your interested in if
> someone else is working on it so you can co-ordinate with them.
> To give you some ideas we have some packages that need fixing 
> including some that might need some coding done. There's kernel and HW
> support that could be cleaned up and possibly support for new kernels
> added or even kernel coding. There's packaging for things like HW
> specific functionality and support. There's testing of Fedora on
> various HW you might have and testing that all the functionality works
> as expected from network to GPIO.
> Ultimately you know what interests you so have a poke around and see
> how you get on, I'm sure you'll find lots of stuff that can be done
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM/Fedora17_rawhide