On Sat, Mar 27, 2021 at 12:15:13PM -0400, TheEvilSkeleton wrote:
as I can so I can contribute back what I've learned. I mostly
contribute to documentation, since it's one of the places where free
and open source software (FOSS) falls behind, but also because it's
where I am very good at. I also experiment; I play around a lot with
distributions, containers, VMs and more, hence me trying out many
Linux distributions in the past. I often break stuff because, well,
I play around things a lot and I'm very experimental.
Hi and welcome! You may also want to take a look at the Fedora Docs team,
and perhaps Fedora Magazine.
On a more personal note, I'm a 19 year old "student".
"student", since I stopped attending to classes because I couldn't
concentrate anymore due to stress and heavy pressure from college
because of COVID. Instead of doing nothing during the time, I
decided to join QA to contribute more to FOSS and collaborating with
people around the world, and be part of the Year of the Linux
It takes some strength to know when you need a break, and it's great you've
found this to be a productive and fulfilling place to put your effort.
Fedora Project Leader