I'm Prakash Mishra from Bangalore, India. I'm an intern at Red Hat
Bangalore and have been contributing to Fedora QA since May 2016 under the
mentorship of Sumantro Mukherjee and I look forward to contributing to
P.S. We recently conducted a FOSS, Fedora and git workshop at UVCE(an
engineering college in Bangalore) where we introduced the attendees to the
concept of FOSS, Fedora and git.
I'll be sharing the blog link soon :)
I believe a weekly series on either the CommBlog or the Magazine that
consisted of a quick report from every subproject and a list of things
they are working on and would like to get some more help with would be
I am thinking about the kinds of projects that languish because the
contributors in a subproject are all busy but which could be worked on
by others. Many times these projects are not "newbie" level and require
advanced knowledge of the project overall. Other contributors in other
areas might be interested and this would encourage cross-pollination.
This is Shankar Ganesh . I am a software professional . And I already
working in python for last four years. I always love to contribute open
source project and I want to start on some development projects . Please
advise me where can I start for this.
Time Zone : India (UTC + 5.30)
IRC Nick : shankar
Hello guys am Amit Kumar Singh from Ranchi, India. Currently am pursuing
BBA 3rd semester student. I love to contribute to open-source I've been
contributing to mozilla also after falling in Love with linux I want to
start contribution with fedora as I can see lots of python projects.
Hi CommOps crew,
Thanks for getting the last three Heroes of Fedora 24 - Alpha, Beta, and Final posts reviewed and posted!
After some talk among QA, it was determined that it would be advantageous to release the Heroes of Fedora posts right after a significant-milestone-release is released, and as such, an article for Fedora 25 Alpha has been written and is pending review on the Fedora Community Blog . Do you think that you could review the article and submit it for publication?
If there is anything I need to do or change, please let me know, I am glad to do whatever it takes to get this show on the road!
jflory7 added a new comment to an issue you are following:
# Redirect requested
I requested a redirect from the Trac to the Pagure repository in [fedora-infrastructure#5500](https://pagure.io/fedora-infrastructure/issue/5500).
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#466: Modularity WG Onboarding badge
Reporter: | Owner:
skamath | Status: new
Type: | Keywords:
New badge idea | Has a description: 1
Priority: | Artwork status: None
minor | External requirements:
Has a name: | Triaged (triagers only): 0
Concept approved (reviewers only): |
Badge definition status: |
Manually awarded: |
Badge description (like "You added a co-maintainer to a package. BFF!"):
The title could be something related to AGILE - Agile Panda / Agile
Warrior ow something along those lines.
Description : Congratulations, you got sponsored into the the Modularity
Help the badges team understand what this idea is all about. If this
badge is awarded for certain kinds of activities:
1) What are those activities?
This badge is to be awarded to all the sponsored members of Modularity WG.
2) Who is doing them (are they packagers? translators? newcomers?
veterans? users? sponsors?)
Targets the members and new-comers of the modularity-wg group.
3) Why are they doing them (is this a means to a different end?)
4) When do they do them (every day? once a year?)
5) How do they do them (by talking in IRC? by running commands in the
console? by using a web interface?)
By getting sponsored to the
Lastly, do you have any ideas for artwork concepts?
Ticket URL: <https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-badges/ticket/466>
A place to collect and debate badge ideas for the Fedora Badges app
Unfortunately, today's meeting had to be canceled because freenode was having connectivity issues. And to top that jflory7 was unable to chair due to a surprise fire alarm going off in his building. jflory7 will try to reschedule the meeting for some other day once everything is settled. Let's hope that the situation at his place is not severe. See you guys again soon!
You are kindly invited to the meeting:
CommOps IRC Meeting on 2016-09-27 from 12:30:00 to 14:00:00 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).