On Sun, Jul 21, 2019 at 04:09:47PM +0200, Mikael Granberg wrote:
My name is Mikael and I've just signed up for a Fedora account to
able to contribute to the Fedora Websites Project for starters.
Hi Mikael, and welcome!
*Web development* - I also know a lot of different web development
languages and systems. I started out with HTML, Lotus Script and
Lotus Domino Web server many years ago. But today my strengths lay
lot about web server operations on both Linux and Windows. In my
professional life I have been working with both Apache and IIS.
Cool. The current Fedora websites framework is Flask, which is Python-based.
That's not on your list but I think from the breadth of experience you'll
have no problem picking it up quickly. See https://pagure.io/fedora-web/websites
*Everything else* - I'm very skilled when it comes to
content between English and Swedish. I have written a lot of support
articles for basically everything between how to connect your modem
to a telephone line and how to write surveillance scripts in Nagios.
I like to write technical articles.
That's excellent too. We could always use more documentation. In fact, one
of the things we really need right now is a "getting started with Fedora
websites" -- how to make changes, test them locally, and get them from that
local test to live.
Fedora Project Leader