I don't know what is the best way to do an introduction, but I'm from
Argentina, South America and I'm 36 years old. I'm a passionate backend
software developer and the lastest years I've been working on Go. I also
worked on C, C++ and Java for a long time but for now I love to play on GO,
I think it's a great language with very interesting features but also just
for fun I'm starting to play on Rust. I don't know too much about it but
what I've seen it has every feature that an old man like me wants in a
I'm a Fedora's user from the last 15 years and I would love to do some
contributions on it. The last few months, I've been working on my job with
Silverblue distribution and toolbox app. It's great the job that you have
been doing. At this moment I have multiple containers with everything on
the corresponding container and a nice and clean host. I love it!
I don't know if it's the right place to ask, but Could you please give me
advice on how to contribute to Fedora? I would love to contribute to it but
I don't know how to start it.
I've been watching a couple of Fedora's project on Github from
Silverblue/Toolbox and this weekend I saw that someone reported and issue
on the Fedora media writer download links on SB website (
so I was
playing fixing the dead links and I made the PR for it. Those links belong
Also some Fedora's guys report the issue on Pagure tracker that those new
links could be used on fedora workstation download website, so I decided to
fix it too on the pagure project (
). Those links belongs to
Both PRs were merged yesterday, so that was my first and very little
contribution on Fedora, I know it is not much but I think this is the first
step for a wonderful trip!
I'm sorry for my English, as you might know it is not my first language.
Thank you for your welcome and I hope we can get in touch soon.