An excellent opportunity for folks interested in translation:
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> Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2020 15:30:35 +0200
> From: Jean-Baptiste Holcroft <jean-baptiste(a)holcroft.fr>
> To: Fedora Translation Project List <trans(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
> CC: For participants of the Documentation Project
> Subject: Fedora 32 release - translation work
> Dear translators,
> Fedora 32 release is in a few weeks (two or three), I created this component
> list to help you to identify priorities:
> It contains:
> * our websites
> * our docs system homepage
> * our release notes (hosted in docs)
> To preview your docs translations: https://docs.stg.fedoraproject.org/
> To preview website translations, add "stg" to the corresponding website:
> Weblate is updated once a day with new content (you should expect some in
> the future).
> Translations done with update are published once a day.
> You may still hit bugs, it's the right time to share it here.
> Please note our docs website internationalization lacks many features (no
> automatic detection of user agent, language button is hidden on little,
> ...). I am afraid many won't change at all before release.
> Have a nice time contributing to Fedora,
> As allowing the translation of Fedora Documentation is a long standing
> project, it started years ago, I would like to send a few thanks:
> * to asamalik for all the help in doing the antora docs internationalization
> * to bex for bringing asciidoc support in po4a (our converter tool)
> * to misc for the infrastructure automation of i18n scripts
> * to pbokoc for making sure we have the release notes in advance
> Also, it's a good time to thanks:
> * to tiansworld and ersen for updating some of our wiki pages
> * all the translators working hard in so many languages!
> * the council for funding our translation platform
> * to Michal for the Weblate tool and the 4.0 upgrade!
> * to Martin Quinson for the po4a tool
> * and all the contributors I forgot here ;)
> PS2: you can translate any documentation you want, everything is published
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Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD" (He / Him / His) | https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Ankursinha
Time zone: Europe/London
My name is Alexey, and I'm looking for ways to contribute to Fedora.
I'm somewhat new to Linux -- using it only for a year as the main
desktop system (but was using it way longer for own servers) and
Fedora become my favorite distro.
I'm a software developer with more than 10 years of experience
primarily on Windows and macOS using C/C++, but more and more shifting
to the manager/techlead position and therefore I somewhat missing
actual development process, thus I decided to contribute to Open
Languages I'm currently interested in are C, Go and Rust and I'm
generally more interested in core technologies rather than business
logic and UI. But I'm kinda open to experiments, thus not afraid to
try something new.
I have almost no experience in Open Source, only recently fixed a very
minor bug in Nautilus and that was all so far.
I believe infrastructure projects or low level development tasks might
be a good fit for me.
I've taken a look at https://whatcanidoforfedora.org but it only has a
couple of projects and I believe there should be more.
Hello,Hope you are doing good today.
My Introduction: Vivek Anand is software engineering graduate from MUET Jamshoro and Tech Enthusiast, Vivek is full time software engineer at 10Pearls .
After his full time job ,Vivek also known as Slim Coder. Vivek is an Open Sourcerer on GitHub.Vivek is also mentor and member at mentors without borders and He is also contributing writer at Be Yourself (Top Medium Publisher).And he is working for two more organizations on github.Apart from his open source work he is also community Evangelist and helps developer community on dev.to , StackOverflow , and by writing medium article apart from that he is an speaker and a YouTuber.
Best Regards,Vivek Anand
Hi, my name is Oğuz, I am from Turkey. I am currently contributing to translations on Weblate. I like to use free and open source software as much as I can, and I want to have a job on working on it full time one day. Thanks.