On 09/18/2016 06:17 AM, Tech Support wrote:
Hello Justin, i need your help. I'm a student of computer
(diploma) and i'm very enthusiastic about fedora, redhat and also
opensource. I don't know much about computer programming. I'm know only
basic concepts about C and C++.
I want to contribute in fedora like file a bug of fedora operating
system, but i also want the badge from fedora. I think you are able to
You have 101 badge's, it's very cool. I know it's very hard to get it
but i'm very impressed after viewing your profile. I also want badge's
like you, but for this i need your help.
I have Fas account and i also created wikipage as named as Abhishek Rajput.
I asked many people are working redhat but i don't able to get
Today you shared your mail id with your commit that's why i'm mailing you.
can you help me ??? I need help like a Mentor or Teacher.
Hi Abhishek, thanks for reaching out to me! Sorry for the late response
from me to get back to you. I assume this was from the FOSS Wave
on-boarding call on Sept. 18!
Glad to know you are enthusiastic about contributing to Fedora! I think
there are plenty of ways you can contribute to the project, and I'd be
happy to help offer some pointers to get you started. I've CC'd the
fedora-join mailing list in this reply to help allow some others in the
community to offer feedback too. I recommend subscribing to this mailing
list while you get started so you can see other replies as well.
To get started with contributing to Fedora, like I mentioned in the
call, you want to get involved with something that is personally
interesting and engaging to you. You mentioned you are familiar with the
basics of C and C++. What are some of your current technical skills, or
areas you are a little familiar with and want to improve? Also, what
kind of areas in Fedora interest you? If you're not familiar with all of
the different areas of Fedora, take a look at this website to get a feel
for the different areas you can contribute.
Let us know what some of your interests are and we'd be happy to offer
you further pointers. :)
Justin W. Flory