On Mar 2, 2016 00:28, "Justin W. Flory" <jflory7(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 03/01/2016 01:19 PM, Sachin Kamath wrote:
> Hello CommOps Community :)
> My name is Sachin Kamath, currently pursuing my B.Tech in Computer
> Science in India. I am an open source enthusiast, a free thinker and
> love writing automation scripts. I have contributed to the
> GlitterGallery project and had also delivered a talk for Fedora
> Contribution Camp which happened in my region. My area of interest
> include Web-Dev, penetration testing and System Administration. You can
> find my blog here : https://blog.sachinwrites.xyz
. I am also active on
> Github and use it whenever I can :)
Welcome aboard to CommOps! We can definitely use your enthusiasm for open
help in Fedora and CommOps. Thanks for helping represent Fedora
at the Contribution Camp too!
Awesome to hear you're interested in web development. There's a few
projects in the upcoming future that CommOps is helping collaborate on,
like the Fedora Hubs project.
Additionally, we also have some tools in our toolbox that are heavy on
of things. Remy can probably help point you to some of those
things as well.
I'm happy to help here yes :)
You seem like you've got an established development background, so If you
want to just dive right in, http://pagure.io/fedora-hubs
is where you'll
find the code and instructions. I can help answer questions in IRC, and be
sure to check out the issues in the project repo for widget ideas waiting
In the meanwhile, I would look at our Join page if you have not done
already (I noticed you did add your info to the "Interest areas" part
our wiki – awesome!).
The next best place to look is our Trac. Trac is a ticket-based task
system where we have all of our tasks and current agenda items
mapped out and detailed. For example, you can see tickets we have earmarked
for our next meeting here.
You can also tickets of things we are working on right *now* here.
Take a look through the tickets on that page and see if anything looks
something you could try tackling. Check and see if it has an owner
first or if it is still actively in progress.
> Looking forward to contributing to the community.
We're looking forward to working with you here in CommOps as well! If you
any questions, feel free to ask and get help. :)
Welcome to CommOps, and we look forward to your contributions.