On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 08:58:42PM -0400, Eric "Sparks" Christensen wrote:
I'd like to apologize for not being on the ball with responding
members. Please know that the delay was not a personal slight!
We are getting close to the release date for Fedora 14 so there is a
mixture of work that's being done. Mostly guides are being translated
right now so there aren't a lot of changes occurring. Don't let that
stop you from jumping in if you see something that you might want to get
We also have our meetings on Wednesdays at 23:00 UTC in #fedora-meeting
on Freenode IRC. Hope to see you there!
Great point Eric. Also, by way of getting new members accustomed to
life in an open source project...
*Fortune favors the bold!*
Don't wait to be handed an assignment, show up and pitch in. If you
don't hear about anything that suits your fancy, suggest something on
the list, and be prepared to explain why it's a good idea if someone
There's a great document Mike McGrath wrote up for the Infrastructure
team, but it applies equally well to just about any team in the Fedora
Project, and to varying degrees in free software in general:
I recommend it heartily!
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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