Hi Derek, you can view a detailed list of the available sponsors in
our Fedora accounts system, looking for the packager group and after
clicking in "sponsors" (there are some filters, administrators,
sponsors, users), then choose someone and send an email to him or
One thing more. the best way of get a sponsor is, doing a good
package following the fedora guidelines and will be almost certainly
that some sponsor will be willing to sponsor you.
2014-07-28 21:57 GMT-04:30 Derek Pressnall <derekp7(a)needcaffeine.net>:
On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 7:57 PM, Stephen Gallagher
> The Fedora packaging process can be a bit tricky the first time
> around; I'd recommend locating a member of the Fedora Sponsors who is
> interested in helping you with your first package and showing you the
Ok, where do I find a Sponsor? on this list, or is there another one? Or
is that the whole part where I have to submit the package, open up a bug
report, and reference that here? (I think that's what I got out of the docs
last time I went through it).
Thanks, I'm looking forward to helping where I can -- I've got some somewhat
decent C programming chops (going back about 25 years, although always "on
the side" and personal projects -- professionally I'm a systems engineer).
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