Hey, This is Akshay Shipurkar (akshays) (UTC +5:30), I'm currently
completing my final year of Computer Engineering from University of Mumbai.
I was introduced to fedora through DGPLUG (Linux Users' Group Of Durgapur)
an organization which teaches and helps students to grow and become up
Although I have recently joined the community, I have been helped by many
members of the fedora community and i aspire to work with them to learn and
contribute to the greater goal of the fedora community i.e Freedom,
Friends, Features, First.
I volunteer as Student Chair of IEEE-DRIEMS student branch.
I'm also part of Mozilla student Ambassador Program.
I also volunteer at Rotaract club of Panvel as Sargant-At-Arms.
I have done internship at Reliance Industries Ltd as summer trainee and at
a kleverk a small webdesign company.
I am comfortable with C, C++, Java, Python (i know the basics),HTML/CSS,
I would like to join fedora CommOps and help the community and new comers
like me to get hold of the system here at fedora i.e the badges, wiki,
activities that the new members can start with. directing them to
http://whatcanidoforfedora.org/ to find what interests their intellect .
#57: [Onboarding Series] CommOps!
Reporter: jflory7 | Owner: decause
Type: task | Status: new
Priority: major | Milestone: Fedora 24
Component: Outreach | Severity: not urgent
This ticket is a stub for working out the artwork, concept, and steps
involved for awarding a Fedora badge for contributors who would like to
officially join the CommOps team.
= Current Process =
See the [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/CommOps/Join CommOps/Join] page
for the expanded version.
1. Create an FAS account
2. Join the mailing list
3. Send a self-introduction
4. Add yourself to the wiki page
5. Register on Community Blog
6. Join #fedora-commops on IRC
7. Get "Bootstrapped"!
8. Join the FAS group
9. Attend a meeting
10. Get your hands dirty
Ticket URL: <https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-commops/ticket/57>
Community Operations (CommOps) <https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/CommOps>
Community Operations (CommOps) aims to build and improve community infrastructure to better communication across the Project and to help tell the story of Fedora.
You are kindly invited to the meeting:
CommOps IRC Meeting on 2016-03-29 from 12:00:00 to 13:00:00 US/Eastern
The meeting will be about:
This meeting is for team members of the Community Operations (CommOps) team. The weekly agenda is mostly comprised of the different tasks detailed on the CommOps wiki page, although it is subject to change depending on time and context of what is going around the Fedora Project.
More information can be found on the [wiki page](https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/CommOps).
I'm one of few active Ambassadors from Singapore. Currently still studying
Information Technology with a major in Infocomm Sales and Marketing. I've
been an Ambassador for a few months so I'm still relatively inexperience.
I would like to write about Fedora and FOSS related events and meetups
happening here in Singapore. There is currently one upcoming event named
FOSSASIA 2016 and I would love to write about it. Please grant me author
privilege for common ops.
Fedora Ambassador & Marketing
Name; Dennis 'Wesley' Otugo
D.O.B; 27 July 1997
When Did You Find Fedora; I found Fedora in October 2015 after a brief stint in
linux-mint that did not end quite so well. At first I was comfortable
with fedora unlike any other distribution, it was and felt the most
complete was Fedora 22 before Fedora 23 was released.
Why Not Join Infrastructure Or Security, Why Commops; Community-Operations is the best group to join due to my
limited abiltiy and i hope i can integrate and adapt well and i want to contribute to
this beautiful word.
When Did You Join FAS; 3 Days Ago, I Had A Previous Account But The Email Associated With It Is Now Defunct
What Do You Aspire While in Fedora; To Be The Leader Of The Freeworld If possible
Special Ability If Any; Seeing Something Once Is Good Enough.
Any Defect; As a schizophrenia understanding me could be hard because my words could be messed up and juggled up but always ask me to repeat if you dont understand what i am saying or trying to say.