On Mon, Sep 3, 2012 at 9:20 PM, Kevin Fenzi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
We have a list of 'easyfix' tickets at:
On Mon, 3 Sep 2012 16:33:51 +0530
vipin kumar <email@example.com
> Hi again,
> I will be glad if someone can help me getting started towards however
> small but high quality contribution to fedora. I have read many
> fedora wiki pages about getting started and still exploring to get
> familiar with environment.
Take a look at the applications there and see if any of those tickets
I'm going through the list.
Smolt is going to be retired soon. ;(
> I'm a Linux user since Redhat 9. To begin with, I have chosen Smolt
> application in fedora.
However, there is a replacement on the horizon, a project called
That's unfortunate but as someone said "everything happens for a good reason."
I'm sure census folks would love to have help... I can put you in touch
if you are interested.
sure, if 'census' team is ready to take me in. I would love to join them :).
I chose that application because it had no maintainer and tools and technologies used were similar under Fedora-Infrastructure sub-project.
> Later I will expand my scope to createGreat. Many of those sound like standalone applications. You should be
> application for Automated-Trading in Fedora. Yet another work will
> focus on running non-native applications with full charm in Fedora
> (ex- Age of Empires - II the conquerors, I love this game :P). My
> TODO list is not limited to these works. I would like to work towards
> making Fedora easier to use for normal users as well as developers by
> building the tools and utilities, and creating new applications to
> make Fedora development faster and smoother process.
able to develop them as normal and get them reviewed and shipped with
Fedora (provided licensing and such is acceptable).
I hope so.
> looking forward to hear from you guys :)...cheers...
> Thanks & Regards,
Welcome again. Look forward to talking with you.
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