Welcome to the community (again :)).
Thanks for that---it's always great to get to know all our friends in
the community better.
There's so much in the community that I think would interest you.
There's general community development and enablement---the mindshare,
commops, outreach, and marketing teams for example. Almost all teams
could use help with end-to-end processes---we're all volunteers so our
teams are not as well structured as they could perhaps be, so having
folks that can help to "tame the chaos" is always good.
On the more technical side, there's testing of updates (see the QA
team) which requires some diagnostic skills. These are also particularly
needed on the help forums like Ask Fedora.
All of this info should be covered in the links in your welcome to
Fedora ticket, so you should run into it all as you go through those
bits. The community is quite large with lots going on, so it does take a
little bit of time to sort of get to grips with what is happening where.
For my intro, I'm going to take a short cut and refer you all to my user
page on the Fedora wiki ;) :
(To prevent spam on the wiki, one needs to be part of at least one group
in the Fedora Accounts System. So as soon as you've joined one there,
you will also be able to set up a user page for yourself on the wiki if
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD" (He / Him / His) |
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