My name is Radka, known as Rhea around the internet. I've been living all
over the Europe, so I can't really answer the question "where are you from"
with a single place :P
I recently joined the RedHat team, so why not put on my Fedora as well? =)
As former game-programmer I have my code in games like Angry Birds or World
of Tanks, and I'm still very active in the gaming community. I'm admin of
several Discord servers, from gaming to development related and some of
them are partnered with Discord. I've got my own community-managment bot to
help me with that job as well.
I'm the dotnet-on-linux weird codergirl =)
My name is Ivan.
I'm python/nodejs/bash developer and architect for distributed infrastructures and CI engineer.
I've recently joined fedoraproject, and as far as I understand from wiki pages commonops is a good group to start.
I'm CI engineer at Mirantis and currently I'm working on CI/CD systems for packaging and testing our downstream forks of openstack projects. I also maintain some upstream CI systems for openstack/fuel-* components. We have mirror of our repo here https://github.com/fuel-infra/jenkins-jobs <https://github.com/fuel-infra/jenkins-jobs> and you could look at it and probably you'll find some useful stuff.
And by the way we have developed some useful tool for Jenkins setup — https://github.com/fuel-infra/jimmy <https://github.com/fuel-infra/jimmy> (actually I just have written core engine).
Few weeks ago I tried cloud based fedora 24 and liked it. In my free time I'm working on project for local deployment of fedora24-cloud cluster for testing and researching some distributed systems. I hope that in few weeks this project will reach some milestone when it will be enough useful to share with community. Well, actually, I believe that it will be very useful especially taking into account the fact that multi-node deployment is broken un Vagrant for a while and Docker doesn't support systemd.
But right now I have no info about your repos and workflows for adding new packages to rawhide repo. I hope that you will help me in this.
To be honest, I'm MAC user and prefer OSX as desktop system because it fits well in my everyday activities. But I always choose fedora-based distros for servers and clouds!
Thank you in advance for help and good advices.
I hope that I will help too.
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I wanted to collect some data on how well whatcanidoforfedora.org
works. This is the initial set of questions I've come up with. Could I
request folks to please see if they're OK and suggest adding/removing
some to improve the data we'll collect from this?
- - are you an existing contributor or a newbie?
- - did the site succeed in matching you to a team or task?
- - how much time/effort did it take?
- - do you feel the site took you through the correct steps to match you
to the team/task?
- - do you feel it is the correct team or task for you? Why?
- - did you undertake the task/join the team?
- - did you find the site easy/difficult/confusing to use?
- - what language did you use the site in?
- - do you feel more confident about being a community member after using
- - do you feel that using the site has helped you learn more about the
community and the project?
- - how do you feel the site can be improved?
I want to learn a few things here:
- - do people actually use whatcanido and get anywhere?
- - I feel the questions/suggestions are now a bit too specific. I ended
up on "anaconda" in a test run, and in "docs beats" in another. I
really don't expect a newbie to take either one of these up - they
don't know anything about the community, neither the anaconda team, nor
the docs team. Can we expect them to become part of the community by
undertaking such specific, complicated tasks? So, while whatcanido is a
place where you go to find "open tasks", I don't think it's a newbie
onboarding tool at the moment.
- - does the site give people a general idea of how the community
I don't know if we can find one place to collect all the feedback - if
nothing comes up, I'll just ask people to e-mail me and I can manually
collate the information?
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"
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My name is Rutvik Kshirsagar. I am from India and I am pursuing my
Bachelors of Engineering in the field of Computer Science.
I am interested in development and contributing to open source and this is
my first time contribution to open source.
I have achieved 3 Red Hat certification i.e I am entitled with RHCE, RHCSA
(RHEL 7, OpenStack).
I am interested in contributing to storytelling, wiki, badges.
Probably worth a community blog post :)?
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From: Richard Hughes <hughsient(a)gmail.com>
Reply-to: Development discussions related to Fedora
To: Development discussions related to Fedora <devel(a)lists.fedoraprojec
Subject: AppData content ratings for games shipped in Fedora
Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2016 14:27:25 +0100
The latest feature we want to support upstream is age classifications
for games. I've asked all the maintainers listed in the various
upstream AppData files (using the update contact email address) to
generate some OARS metadata and add it to the .appdata.xml file, but
of course some AppData files do not have any contact details and so
they got missed. I'm including this email here as I know some AppData
files are included in the various downstream spec files by Fedora
packagers. Generating metadata is really as simple as visiting
https://odrs.gnome.org/oars then answering about 20 questions with
multiple choice answers, then pasting the output inside the
Using the <content_rating> tag means we can show games with an
appropriate age rating depending on the country of the end user. If
you have any comments about the questions on the OARS page please do
let me know. Before the pitchforks start being sharpened it's an
anti-goal of the whole system to in any way filter the output of
search results dependent on age. The provided metadata is only used in
an informational way.
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My Name is Shalini and I would like to introduce myself. I'm based out in Bhopal, India and currently in the 3rd of my engineering (computer science). I'm thrilled about the opportunity to work with a number of terrific individuals promoting an equally terrific distribution and community. My current interests are to not only spread the word about Fedora, but to also get more involved within the Fedora ecosystem and participate in QA and other development.My interest lies into graphic designing the most.It's great to be here. Ready to get things done and have some fun. Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
My name is Aditya Konarde. I am from India and this is my first time
contributing to an open source project. I am pursuing a Bachelors Degree in
Computer Science Engineering, and have a fair knowledge of Python, as well
as commonly used web technologies.
I have achieved the Red Hat Certified Engineer, RHCSA, RHCSA(OpenStack)
certifications. I also have a working knowledge of Docker, and my final
year project is on automated bare metal deployments.
As you could guess from my profile, I am interested in both Dev and Ops :)
I got to know about the fedora-commops group in a recent fedora online
webinar, and I would like to contribute to the following: Storytelling
(Magazine, blogs), Wiki and the Culture.
I enjoy working with the community and have organised various events at the
college level. I feel that my experience with such events will prove
valuable for commops, as well as any fedora events in India.
I am also looking forward to contribute into development and QA.
Looking forward to grow with the community :)
IRC: adityakonarde on freenode