On 04/17/2018 10:54 PM, Daniel McCrevan wrote:
My name is Daniel McCrevan (dmccrevan on IRC). I am currently an
undergraduate computer science student at RPI. I am very excited to
become more involved with the fedora project community. A little
background on why I want to contribute more to the fedora project's
community: I had a great experience interning at Red Hat during the
summer of 2017, and through this I was exposed to open source
technologies & communities that I really enjoyed being apart of. I
continued this interest by joining my school's open source club, and now
I want to expand it even more. I've done a bit of research on different
groups within the fedora project community, and I found that CommOps
seems like a really cool opportunity because it is both technical &
non-technical. So far, I have only done technical contributions. I
actively contribute to open source projects in my school's open source
club, and I also have contributed to open source chat-bot related
technologies such as Botkit and Microsoft Luis's node.js's SDK.
I will be attending the weekly meeting this Friday to learn more about
Hi Daniel, welcome to the CommOps mailing list!
Happy to hear about your good experience with open source at Red Hat and
your university. With Richie Young and the Mozilla Open Source Student
Network at RPI?
Our meeting time is still in flux because of a conflict with the new
time. We'll get this figured out this week.
Meanwhile, it's great you're interested in CommOps! To get a better
picture of what we do, I recommend reading our updated sub-project
To get involved and join CommOps, you can read more here:
You said you're interested in technical and non-technical contributions
– are you interested in focusing on one more than the other? A lot of
our technical contributions focus around data and metrics tools in
Fedora. Our non-technical contributions include writing and project
I hope these pages give a better picture of how you can contribute. Do
you have any questions for us?
Justin W. Flory