Thank a lot for the clarification. I want to take part as a student in this year GSoC and want to start contributing in fedora projects . Does the early contribution helps in GSoC ?
On Thu, Dec 5, 2019 at 3:12 PM Maze Runner <email@example.com> wrote:
> My name is sundaram dubey,3rd year cse student at HBTU. I want to contribute in fedora , i know angular , react and flask . CAN you tell me where to start and also a question: do fedora use github if yes please provide link.
Mixed messages there :)
Do you want to contribute to the Fedora Project? or is there a query
for GSoC.. your subject and the content are 2 different messages :)
If it's the former, I am very glad to see your interest.. I recommend
joining #fedora-join@Freenode or @fedora-join on telegram. There are a
lot of amazing people there who will help you get started. This list
is for people to converse or ask questions about GCI/GSoC and
If it's the latter, you are in the right place, can you please tell us
your query more clearly? Do you want to mentor a project based on
these technologies? or you are interested in projects with this stack.
If you want to mentor, please come up with a project and submit a
ticket at . If you want to participate as a GSoC student, you need
to wait until we are out with the list :) Till then, It would be
awesome for you to get started with a contribution (follow the
Now your last query, check 
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