I just want to introduce myself. I am a junior web developer and recent
graduate of Flatiron School.
I met with Remy in January at the WiTNY Conference and I have been looking
into the Outreachy program. I'm interested in getting involved in the open
source community and I noticed that the Outreachy project listed for 2016
is the Fedora Kernel Tooling Project. However, there are several other
links that show other projects.
I would like to know, is there a link with all the projects available for
round 12 or is the kernel tooling project the only one? Also, is there
someone I can direct all my questions to throughout this process?
Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon.
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From: Sylvia D <sylviad1221(a)gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 2:36 PM
Subject: Nice To Meet You @ WiTNY
It was a pleasure meeting you at the Women in Tech New York Conference
(WiTNY), I value the knowledge you shared on open source software
resources, how to contribute to the community in order to learn and
ultimately advance a career in tech. A quick overview about myself, I am a
recent graduate of the Flatiron School Web Development Fellowship.
Throughout the program I was able to build Ruby on Rails web applications
with my new found knowledge of MVC frameworks, database query interfacing
with SQLite, and front-end technologies like Bootstraps and HTML5/CSS3.
I have been looking into Outreachy, the mentoring program you suggested,
and it seems like a promising opportunity I would definitely like to be a
part of. I would also like to obtain an internship position that allows me
to use my creativity, problem solving skills, and the tech skills
I acquired at Flatiron. If you hear of any opportunities, please keep me in
mind. I appreciate your help in advance.
Also for more information about my experience, you can visit my LinkedIn
<https://www.linkedin.com/in/sylviadolmo> profile or check out my work on
Github <https://github.com/sdolmo>. Thank you for your time and I look
forward to hearing from you.
I am Kushal Das, new to this mailing list, and I am in the IRC channel
from the past few months. I am a Fedora Ambassador, and mentor from
India. Just completed 10 years in FAS, and touched various parts of the
project in that time frame.
I am also a core developer of the CPython (the Python programming
language), and a fellow at Python Software Foundation. I am currently
working as Fedora Cloud Engineer in the Fedora Engineering team in Red
Fedora Cloud Engineer
CPython Core Developer
I happened to stumble across the big group picture from Flock 2015 at
the Strong Museum of Play. Maybe a month ago or so, we were trying to
hunt down this picture. I just grabbed this off of Facebook, so it's
probably not the best resolution, but it's workable.
I just wanted to drop this somewhere, anywhere, so it isn't accidentally
forgotten again or missed. I'm not sure if we necessarily have somewhere
for image hosting, but if so, maybe we can add this somewhere to hang on to.
Maybe a good starting point for a new Flock featured image… :)
Justin W. Flory
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From: "Remy DeCausemaker" <decause(a)redhat.com>
Date: Mar 1, 2016 11:43
Subject: Re: DROWN article draft
To: "Fedora Marketing team" <marketing(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
On Mar 1, 2016 11:39, "Matthew Miller" <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 01, 2016 at 11:39:16AM -0500, Matthew Miller wrote:
> > Can someone take a look at this, polish it up as needed, add a graphic,
> > and publish it today?
> Feel free to tweak the title or whatever, too. I'm not attached. :)
Adding this to CommOps meeting agenda today.
> Matthew Miller
> Fedora Project Leader
> marketing mailing list
> List info or to change your subscription:
You are kindly invited to the meeting:
CommOps IRC Meeting on 2016-03-01 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).