On Sat, Apr 7, 2018 at 9:34 AM, Dhanesh B. Sabane
<dhanesh95(a)fedoraproject.org <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
On Saturday 07 April 2018 03:00 AM, Ashok wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> My name is Ashok and I'm a CompSci student. I've newly joined the
> CommOps team after deciding I want to be a part of this glorious
> community. I'm a huge fedora fan and I'd like to give back to the
> community through whatever competencies I can manage.
Welcome to Fedora CommOps mailing list. We're happy to have you here.
There are a lot of activities included in CommOps. Have you had a look
at the wiki page? If not, you can view it here:
Let us know if you find anything that interests you.
> I'm from South India and we hear very less about GNU/Linux and or
> in general, thereby suggesting need to switch to Linux world for the
> greater good.
I always thought South India was the most active when it came to Linux
and FOSS in general. After all, there are so many FOSS groups that
evangelize and work towards the adoption of FOSS in all sectors.
> I'm willing to help in anyway I can for achieving the greater good for
> the community.
I couldn't agree more, we have see a lot of very big conferences, events
happening in South India which aims at creating a strong and impactful
community for FOSS.
We have a lot of very good people who help out new comers and get them
started with FOSS.
Let us know, how you want to get started and we will surely help you.
Do let us know how we can help YOU get started.
Hi Ashok – welcome aboard! Do take a look at our page on joining the
CommOps team if you have not already:
Let us know if you have any questions on getting started.
Justin W. Flory