Hi, my name is Hristo Marinov and I live in Sofia, Bulgaria. I'm currently working in optical disc manufacturing, where I implement different roles including machinery maintenance, software applications development, network and system administration. I also develop web applications, that I host on my own servers. I look forward to joining the Fedora community and contributing to this project.
Besides machines and software I like mountains, running, biking and photography.
Thanks and Regards,
Hello Everyone. I'm Avnish. I graduated recently with CS Degree.
I was introduced to programming (python) in high school but I took a break from it for about a year.
After which I was introduced to Fedora by my friend since then I am using it as my main OS.
Previously, I have done some open source contributions to projects like flaskerizer (python library for converting bootstrap templates to flask applications) and some other small projects.
I like to work on web applications and python based projects but I would also like to test myself on C/C++.
This is my portfolio: https://bovem.netlify.app/
Looking forward to help fedora project, I don't have a lot of
open source software, but I have already contributed to Void Linux by
some simple packages last year.
I am currently studying computer science (going for my last year) so I
way around programming.
Really interested on Silverblue project, but to be honest I don't know
help could be useful, so looking for some guidelines. Thanks !
I’ve been using Linux full time since roughly march of 2020 (when school went virtual and I got to make my own setup) and I switched to Fedora last fall. Since F34 I’ve been running Silverblue on my main machine and I’m loving it. I also recently installed Fedora Server on an old computer to do some home server tasks. I’ve enjoyed the small amount of system administration that has entailed and I want to learn more about sysadmin/devops things in the future.
As someone learning to program, and just as a general computer user, open source software has been invaluable to me, and now I want to give back in whatever ways I can. I attended Nest with Fedora to get some idea of what’s being worked on, but I couldn’t watch all the sessions I wanted because of my IRL schedule (hopefully the videos will be published soon). I’m currently most interested in programming, packaging or infrastructure contributions. I could also help with Swedish translation.