On 02/12/2018 09:56 AM, Jhoanir Torres wrote:
My name is Jhoanir Torres. I'm an enthusiast for technology, open
source, music, space exploration, coffee and pizza. I use linux since
2002. My first experience was Knoppix and then I made a jump to
Slackware until I met gentoo and then, things went crazy. Currently, my
job is to lead software development projects for Telefónica in Ecuador.
Check my user page: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Jhoanir
Hi Jhoanir, and welcome to the CommOps mailing list! Glad you were able
to join us in our meeting last week.
- From the things we help with, what interested you from that list?
Where do you want to help contribute?
If you're interested in some of the metrics work (a part of messaging
and storytelling), check out the fedmsg bus in Fedora. Fedora has a live
"messaging bus" of activity happening throughout the project. It's a lot
of raw data by itself, but we have tools to help us make sense of the data.
We have some existing metrics tickets / tasks open here:
- What kind of experience do you have working in open source or in
online communities? Anything that you think could be helpful for you in
Well, I've participated in severals FOSS projects before and
onlines/real-person communities since 2002. I'm from the lan parties age XD.
We're happy to have you with us! \o/
- How can we can help YOU get started?
I need some support to rise a community here in Ecuador. Your time in
some events in the future will be helpful. Suggestions are welcome.
For local community support, the Ambassadors are the best group for you
to interact with. CommOps helps support groups like the Ambassadors, so
you're welcome to help with specific tasks that link back to the
See you around in channel! Let us know if you have any questions.
Justin W. Flory