I am interested in the Metrics area. I have also applied for the GSoC 2017
in Fedora CommOps : Centralized Metrics generation. Looking forward to work
with the community and learn more.
Ankit Raj Ojha
*Be who you were created to be, and you will set the world on fire.*
On Fri, Apr 14, 2017 at 1:06 AM, Justin W. Flory <jflory7(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 03/31/2017 05:18 AM, Ankit Raj Ojha wrote:
> I am a 1st-year B.Tech student at Amrita University, India. I am also an
> active member of the FOSS <http://foss.amrita.ac.in/>(Free
> Source Software) club at my university. So far, I am familiar with C,
> C++, Python, HTML, CSS and AngularJS and I have worked on a few projects
> using them. I am also learning RPM packaging
> I have been working with Fedora Community for the past 3 months and have
> made significant contributions to the community through bug fixing. I
> have also fixed some bugs  in Fedora-infra/bodhi
and I am currently working on
> some. It feels great to be associated with the community and I look
> forward to be around for a long time.
> I would like to join the Fedora-CommOps community and learn more by
> contributing to the community.
>  https://github.com/fedora-infra/bodhi/commits?author=ankit01ojha
Hi Ankit! I was going through my emails and didn't notice any replies
here. First of all, thanks for taking the time to introduce yourself
here on the CommOps mailing list! We're happy to have you here with us
and it's also awesome to hear that you have some background in open
source through your university. Welcome!
Sounds like you've been busy hacking away on Bodhi, that's awesome! It
will help that you have some experience to the development side of the
project. In order for us to best help point you to the right place, were
there any specific, interesting parts about CommOps that seemed
interesting to you?
You can see the full description on our wiki page of some our core tasks…
…but you can probably sum it up to some of these three areas:
* Metrics / data
* Storytelling / messaging
Based on the wiki page, what kind of things seemed interesting to you to
contribute on? If you're still unsure, you can also take a look through
our Pagure ticket tracker to see some of the tasks that we're working on
Let us know where your interests are and we can help guide you to making
your first contribution with CommOps. If you have any questions at all,
please be sure to ask them, questions are always great and we are more
than happy to help!
Welcome aboard, and hope to see you in CommOps!
Justin W. Flory