On Mon, Dec 21, 2015 at 7:11 AM, Gabriele Trombini <g.trombini(a)gmail.com>
nice to hear you want to be an Ambassador for the Fedora Project.
Please let me know which Mentor you chose and if you followed the steps
described in the joining steps .
Gabri (FAS mailga)
Il giorno gio, 10/12/2015 alle 10.18 +0200, Tshepo Tamajobe ha scritto:
> I'm Tshepo Tamajobe, a 23 year old geek from Botswana, Africa. I have
> joined the Fedora Ambassadors Project a while back, sent emails to
> mentors in my region and I still haven't got replied yet. What should
> I do? I want to get started as soon as possible.
It's going to be somewhat quiet over the Holidays, but IRC is really the
place where our contributors all hang out and work together. You can meet
mentors, listen in on developing projects, and ask and answer questions
from other folks looking to get involved just like you.
Here are a few channel recommendations (all on Freenode):
#fedora-join - IRC for folks involved in onboarding an helping new
contributors. Also the folks who run this list
#fedora-commops - Fedora Community Operations. We help fill in the gaps,
and bring more heat and light to all corners of the Fedora Project.
#fedora-devel - Our main development channel, this has the most people in
it, and is a good place to listen in.
#fedora-mktg - This is the channel where we work together to help with
messaging and outward facing communications. This includes our major
publications and press releases.
You can find a complete listing of IRC channels and instructions on how to
use them here on the Fedora Wiki:
Another new and interesting tool that we have for new contributors is our
new "Sorting Hat" style website: http://whatcanidoforfedora.org
website provides a Q&A decision tree to help you find which parts of the
project you might be interested in.
Hope these help, and we look forward to seeing you in channel :)
Fedora Community Lead & Council