On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 2:31 PM, Misha Shnurapet
26.10.2010, 17:34, "Andrey Panasyuk"
Name: Andrey Panasyuk
Location: Minsk, Belarus
Profession or Student status: Software Developer
About You: I'm a software developer in a small outsourcing company in
Belarus. Working mostly with Java and Groovy on my daily job. Having about 8
years of experience of working with different programming technologies
, number of databases and other stuff. Was
using Fedora as my primary OS for about two years. It's my favourite distro,
so I'll be glad to become the part of community at least by providing the
translations into my native language.
You and the Fedora Project: I'm going to provide translations to various
tools. Already completed local translation of the system-config-users. Once
I get some experience of working as a part of the community - I'll
definitely try to participate in some application development.
GPG KEYID and fingerprint:
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Hi, Andrey, and welcome aboard!
2 all: As much as I know, we don't have a translation team for Belorussian
but a few contributors who have done a few submissions. What are the steps
for Andrey? How does he cooperate with the guys?
One clean way would be to create a Belorussian mailing list to help
them communicate with each other. That will act as a "hub" for
Also the creation of an IRC channel for them (something like
#fedora-be) could also be of use.
Tx is not responding right now to get a list of Belorussian
submitters. Hopefully we will have it on the next days.
Misha Shnurapet, Fedora Project Contributor
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