There is no problem with the time.
I think that contributing also means to stay around, to spot also little
bugs (not only in software, but also a broken link on a website, a typo in
a document, chat on IRC or write your opinion in a mailing list etc.) So,
also a bit of minutes in a week is good :-) There is no need to do big
things. Then, maybe in the future, when you will be more confident with all
that stuff that let Fedora alive, you will find something bigger. It is a
So. First thing: if you haven't already it, create a FAS account . Then,
stay in touch with us: if you have any questions, let us know.
On Mon, Dec 9, 2019, 5:53 PM Oscar Schultz <schultzoscar(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Good morning Fedora.
This is a reintroduction. I have been watching the list for a while. I am
interested in helping Fedora.
My free time is limited currently - My primary work is 60+ hours per week
but weekends have tapered back recently. I figure I have a few hours I can
use with fedora.
My background includes using linux since 1998, and full-time RedHat admin
My primary languages are bash (of course) and C. I read perhaps a dozen
I use fedora (personally) as my primary workstation and cent 6,7,8 as
My primary desktop is KDE.
My interests are about making the defaults on systems as boring as possible
for the users and admins.
If someone sees a niche I might fit into please let me know.
Have a great day
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