On 09/19/2016 03:04 PM, José Ferreira Neto wrote:
My name is José Ferreira Neto, better known as nettux, I am
and I am programmer in Object Pascal and Lazarus use as IDE, keep a
group on Linux on Facebook, called SOSLinux that aims to help those who
want to use Linux. I use Fedora for almost two years but before I used
Debian, Ubu ntu and Mint.
I chose Fedora exactly because of Red Hat, I find it important that a
system has a consolidated company as sponsor.
Hi José, and welcome to the CommOps mailing list! Glad to have you here!
I'm pretty sure I've seen the name SOSLinux around before now. Good to
know that you are helping run that community - your experience managing
that group will surely be useful.
As far as contributing goes, what kinds of things interest you most in
Fedora? Are you looking more for a technical or non-technical area to
contribute? What kind of languages are you most comfortable with? Your
experience contributing to Fedora should be customized to your own
interests and things you *want* to do. This will be a much more
meaningful and enjoyable experience for you.
One great website you can use to get a feel for the depth of the Fedora
community is the "What can I do for Fedora?" website. There are plenty
of different options in a friendly, clickable format that you can
explore. Definitely check that out!
For CommOps, we have a number of different places you can contribute to.
If Python is a strong point for you, metrics might be interesting. If
not, there are plenty of different choices, and I encourage you to check
them out and let us know which areas interest you.
Hope this is enough to help you get started - we can offer some more
specific advice once we know a little more about what gets you fired up
and where you would like to get a little more involved.
Welcome aboard to Fedora! Please let us know should you have any
questions or comments you would like to share. :)
Justin W. Flory