Hi everyone, my name is msamir have several years of experience in
open-source and rpm based distributions.
I am interesting in building RPMs for network applications as I have some
knowledge in this area and want contribute in Fedora Project.
Already read doc - how to create an RPM package, packaging guidelines and
package naming guidelines it’s comprehensive, THANKS guys for this great
As newbie my first step seeking mentor and package, after checking orphaned
packages I come to freeradius-client , the package is important/small/clean
I am looking forward to work with Fedora community.
I have a project on combinatorial exploratory data analysis using R , i am
currently reading seriation with R running on Centos 7. i ll be comparing
algorithm and later create my own .
can anyone point me to some nice books i should use to better my skills
on that and some sites which can help me ?
My name is Cody Hiar and I'm dude that spends almost all my time during the week on the command line. I've always wanted to start contributing to open source and the only thing that has stayed constant through my limited career so far is working on Linux so here I am trying to learn some new tricks. I'm primarily interested in co-maintaining some python packages since I think those would be the easiest to pick up. Hopefully after co-maintaining with some guidance I'll be able to pick up some orphaned packages.
my name is Oliver and I am working for Red Hat in the internal IT department.
I am responsible for the internal RHEL desktop build we use for our employees.
I maintain extra config packages that we add to the existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux,
so our employees are getting productive faster.
A while ago I decided to give something back to the Open Source community by
contributing to the Fedora project. I am co-maintaining several packages I am using
myself, or that employees asked for to be included in our internal repositories.
One of my goals is to extend the contribution to also include package/release testing and
reporting of bugs via bugzilla.
I am looking very much forward to work with a lot of interesting people in the community,
and learn a lot new things.
I am new to this so please accept my apology if I am in the wrong area:
I have downloaded Fedora 23 onto an "acer" laptop that is presently running
windows 8. I would like to clobber windows and just have Fedora on the lap top.
How do I achieve this?
The download of Fedora has worked but I dont know how to install it.
Is there somewhere I can go on the internet for instructions?
"optimistically new user" :-)Hamish