On Mon, Aug 26, 2019 at 10:46 PM Ben Cotton <bcotton(a)redhat.com> wrote:
We're just over a month away from Hacktoberfest, a month-long event
where people can earn a t-shirt by contributing to open source
projects (or at least ones hosted on GitHub). It occurs to me that we
could have a post on the Community Blog (or maybe Fedora Magazine)
that directs folks toward Fedora or Fedora-adjacent projects on
GitHub. This is a good opportunity to get meaningful drive-by
contributions and perhaps add a few consistent contributors.
So if you were going to point the Fedora community at a GitHub-hosted
project, what would you choose?
Well, I think the obvious choice would probably be a subset of
projects from https://github.com/fedora-infra
- something like bodhi,
python-fedora, fas, and fedora-packages.
I don't know how approachable those projects are for newcomers, but
since they're written in python, it can't be too bad, and there are
some issues marked as "EasyFix" as well.
(Im also working on rust bindings for bodhi and koji at
, which could also use some help.
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