On 9/28/18 12:58 AM, Yajushi Srivastava wrote:
I'm a final year undergraduate, pursuing Computer Science Engineering
from a private college in Jaipur, India. I have been training in Linux
System Administration for over a year. Apart from that, I have been
working with OpenStack, AWS and DevOps technologies like Docker and Ansible.
Hi Yajushi, welcome to the CommOps mailing list. We're happy to have you
here! Sounds like you have a deep background in Linux.
I’m not yet involved with other things in Fedora. But I’d like to be
part of the Fedora Ambassadors Project. There are several people working
on Linux in and around my city, in one way or the other, but often in
isolation. And, I would like to encourage collaboration and introduce
them to our global community.
I represent Docker’s Jaipur Chapter as the Community Leader, and
PyJaipur (Official Local Python User’s Group) as the Content Management
You may want to reach out to Sumantro Mukherjee (CC'd) for help on
connecting you to local Fedora events across India. He may know of more
things than me for opportunities for you to get involved with a local
community in India.
I see CommOps as crucial for people involved in Fedora to keep track of
the several projects, making the contribution and collaboration process
feasible. I also appreciate how CommOps connects people with stories
beyond work, through acknowledgement programs and interviews.
I look forward to understanding Community Health Monitoring in detail.
As far as the questions go, a lot IRC lurking may be required. However,
it would be great if somebody could help me get started with my first task.
No problem. We're happy to help you get started. Have you looked at the
types of things CommOps helps with yet? Are there any specific things
that interest you?
It will help to know if you are looking for technical or non-technical
contributions. We can guide you towards some of the metrics tools or
help get you started on a new task like a CommBlog post to help out. :)
We want to pair you with something you will enjoy doing too.
Hope this is helpful. Thanks for your patience on a reply!
Justin W. Flory