I can certainly can put a couple of hours in the afternoons/nights,
somewhere around 10-15 hours a week. I'll join the irc channel later today
when I'm not blocked by my company's proxy nazi :)
On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 11:35 AM, Mike McGrath <mmcgrath(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Thu, 25 Jun 2009, Jorge Gallegos wrote:
> Hi Everybody,
> I've been following the infra group for a while now, I am interested in
joining the sysadmin-hosted FIG at the moment,
> since it seems as a nice "entry point" to all the infra madness I've
so far :)
> I'd like to join some other FIGs in the future (web and dba seem to be
like my kind of thing) but at the moment my time
> and n00bness in all fedora-infra related things keep me from doing so.
> I've done web development for about 8 years now, I've coded in java, php,
python. I've done a fair amount of
> sysadmin-related stuff such as installation and support, a lot of shell
scripting, a good deal of python scripting,
> little perl and ruby. I've served almost equal parts of SCM, RelEng, Web
and DBA stuff (hence my interest in joining
> those particular groups).
> A side question, is there a particular TODO/wish/bug list for each FIG? I
couldn't figure out if there's any, and having
> jotted down the pending tasks somewhere may attract more people to join
the infra group because there would be clear
> tasks to be done and someone would certainly say "hey, I can do that".
> Anyway, thanks and I'll start bugging^W asking around people from the
hosted FIG to see what tasks a n00b like me can do
Hey Jorge, how many hours a week do you think you'll be able to spend?
Stop by #fedora-admin on irc.freenode.net
and say hey.
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