we have someone, who wants to be maintainer for Nuancier (Benson Muite
in CC) and he already started to work on it, but we surely welcome
If you want to start helping with the Nuancier, look at Friday with
Infra wiki , there is a list of things that needs to be done, you
should start with OIDC and fedora-messaging task. I also recommend to
get in touch with Benson to see what he is working on right now.
If you have any question don't hesitate to ask, CPE team is usually
available in #fedora-apps channel on Freenode.
I also think the contest is a great way to get people involved, I'm
interested in getting involved
as a maintainer. I read the information in earlier in this email
chain from Michal Konecny and am
prepared to help maintain Nuancer. A short background of myself is
that I am a recent Fedora volunteer,
currently volunteering most of my time with Neuro-fedora. I also just
started a full-stack software
development program at Flatiron school in NYC. I have not used
python, ansible or postgresql but they
are all on my 'need to master' list.
My time is a bit tight until January, but after that I will be more
flexible. Please let me know if there
is anything you need of me, or that I should know regarding
maintaining this software. When I
get a chance this weekend I will take more time and look through the
git hub repo.
On 10/2/2019 9:17 AM, Matthew Miller wrote:
> Hi Design Team! I'd really like to continue with the supplimentary
> contest. This has been a great way to involve people in the project
> and has
> resulted in a great collection. (Thanks, Sirko, for your work on this!)
> But we need a maintainer for nuancer in order for that to continue.
> The CPE
> team should be able to help you get up to speed and to make it clear
> required, but we _do_ need some people for this to continue. If you're
> interested, or know someone who might be, let us know.
> On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 01:25:59PM +0200, Michal Konecny wrote:
>> Hi everybody,
>> we are currently looking for community members, which will be
>> willing to
>> take ownership of Fedocal and Nuancier. To see our reasons for this
>> at Fedora community blog article .
>> These two applications are part of the Friday with Infra initiative
>> so you can see what needs to be done for each of these applications. We
>> are happy to help with those tasks, just let us know how we could help.
>> What ownership means:
>> - you will be responsible for codebase (looking for app lifecycle,
>> fixing bugs, implementing features)
>> - you will be admin of the communishift instance (managing openshift
>> playbooks, maintaining running pods, deployment of new versions)
>> What rewards do you get:
>> - Learning useful and marketable programming skills (ansible,
>> python, PostgreSQL)
>> - Learn how to write, deploy and manage applications in OpenShift!
>> - Making significant contributions to the Fedora Project community
>> (and often others)
>> - Good feeling for helping Fedora community and Open source world
>> - A warm glow of accomplishment
>> On behalf of CPE Team,
>> IRC: mkonecny
>> FAS: zlopez
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