You are kindly invited to the meeting:
CommOps IRC Meeting on 2016-03-15 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 new to fedora development environment. I have cloned fedora web (https://git.fedorahosted.org/git/fedora-web.git) to my local machine. Can someone tell me how can i setup the development environment in my local machine?
On 03/10/2016 06:56 PM, Huiren Woo wrote:
> I've read through the meeting logs and I'll apply for commops author
> privilege and move the post there.
> Thanks for reviewing! :)
> Best Regards,
> Woo Huiren
Hi Huiren! Thanks for reminding me that I forgot to get the meeting
minutes out too. :)
Yes, we came to the conclusion that your article would be a better fit
for the Community Blog based on length and general purpose. In addition,
if you could find a single picture to use for your article on the
CommBlog, that will be the last thing you "have to have" before the
article is greenlighted for publishing (just make sure it's licensed
under something we can use).
Thanks for putting this together! Once you move the post from the
Magazine, feel free to put it in the Trash.
Justin W. Flory
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. Please grant me author privilege.
On 03/10/2016 08:55 AM, Amita Sharma wrote:
> Hi All,
> Our first diversity meeting held today 12:30UTC.
> It has been very productive with the great ideas input and discussion.
> Don't miss the logs.
> HINT :: A survey is coming up in your way :)
> Regular meeting time :: Every wed/12:30UTC
> For full discussion, please check logs.
> Thanks & Regards,
I send my regrets for being unable to make it to the meeting. I'm
looking forward to seeing what's coming up on the horizon for the
Just to offer my own thoughts, I think the idea of including questions
about living arrangements / general environment that people live in can
be useful for getting a better idea of the time that people have to
contribute, the hours spent contributing, and maybe help illuminate
potential for burn-out / drop-off.
Also +1 to student-oriented questions.
Justin W. Flory
i wanted to know that is COmmOps a part of GSOC 2016???
and if yes what will one have to include in the proposal for it.?
what is the technical know how one will need to have to work on CommOps ???
Thanks in advance :)
Please guide me :)
i would love to work as CommOps coz i am already head of the FOSS commitee
at my university :)
and also have my own blog where i keep posting about various technologies
or algorithms .
I would fit very well for this role.
As a LEAD at FOSS i have trained around 200 students in various Open Source
On 03/05/2016 03:56 AM, Ryan Mason wrote:
> Hi all,
> My name is Ryan and I'm new to the mailing list, although some of you may have seen me loitering around reddit or IRC.
> I've never contributed to something like this before, but I want to contribute as I have a strong passion for linux and open source, and want to one day work at Red Hat - I thought what better place to start than within the Fedora community.
> I am a so-so coder and designer, but thought CommOps might be somewhere where I can add some value to the project. Life is pretty hectic at the moment with full-time work, part-time study and baby number one on the way, but I hope to be able to contribute regularly!
Hey Ryan, welcome to the CommOps community! We're happy to have you
We all start somewhere in open source. :) Is this your first time
contributing to an open source project before? Regardless, the Fedora
community is incredible and it was the reason I made the decision to get
involved as a contributor. There's a lot of people here who are happy to
help get you involved and introduced to the different components of the
project via CommOps.
If you're open on Tuesdays at 17:00 UTC (12pm US EST), you should check
the Fedora CommOps meetings on #fedora-meeting. At our meetings, we have
a chance for new folks to introduce themselves and we power through our
agendas and get some work done.
Looking forward to seeing you around in Fedora and CommOps, Ryan. If you
have any questions, never be afraid to ask -- no such thing as a stupid
If you haven't seen this page already, I highly recommend looking at
this and following the steps to become an official member of CommOps.
Justin W. Flory
A badges workshop was conducted during FOSDEM 2016 and a lot of people
logged into Fedora Badges for the first time during FOSDEM.decause
suggested then that we should prolly compile some metrics to see the
activity of these people thereafter. Do these users contribute continously?
or Are they just active during FOSDEM?
38 users logged into Fedora Badges first time.
Out of these 24 hadnt contributed in past year(new users)
People showed an increase in participation post FOSDEM even previously
active users :)
The link contains the Pre, Post and FOSDEM activity details of these users
http://fpaste.org/325121/55827928/ . <http://fpaste.org/325121/55827928/>
Link to datagrepper containing list of users who logged into fedbadges for
first time in FOSDEM :
datagrepper query here
The details and the graph is also in the attached spread sheet. The graph
doesnt contain one user - apevec as he had very high activity as compared
to other users and hence adding the user made the overall activity
difference less discernable.
I Am ritesh Giri, call me "sunny" my nick name :)
I am very interested to work on CommOps team in Fedora
currently i am the FOSS commitee head at my University :)
Having trained and deployed knowledge about Open source to above 500 students as an undergrad, :)
We had even celebrated Software Freedom Day on 19th Sepr :) in our college by distributing posters and giving presentations on importance of open source :)
Started off a blog, riantech007.blogspot.com where i post about various technologies or algorithms.
Recently i cracked Indian Engineering Olympiad with AIR 208 :)
It would be gr8 to work in a stream i am very well acquanted with and also develop more on it :)
do let me know any technical aspect i will need to develop on to be the best fit
Thanks in advance :)