On Wed, 2012-09-26 at 17:36 +0200, Sebastian Dyroff wrote:
But communicating over bugzilla comments does not work really well.
idea was, that it could help to have a Mentor. Is someone of you
interested in mentoring me?
Sure. Feel free to email me, or just drop questions to the list and I'll
tell you how to proceed. Whatever you prefer :)
One side notice: What is the difference between a sponsor and a
As far as I could read, both can help me with questions regarding my
contributions and the fedora development process. But mentor is
and a sponsor is needed to join the packager group.
Sponsors are mainly in-charge of reviewing a prospective packager's work
to decide if he/she knows enough to be added to the packager group or
not. They do drop comments on review tickets too. However, personal
mentorship isn't very common. In fedora for instance, if you have an
issue, you just drop an e-mail to the related mailing list, and folks
get back to you. It's more about the entire community that one-one
Now, since prospective contributors aren't very well versed with the
community, and may not know a lot of folks, they are
shy/scared/nervous/whatnot about dropping e-mails to fedora mailing
lists. It is why we formed the join sig. Please feel free to ask us
*whatever* you want to (as long as it's fedora related ;) ), and we'll
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