Hello, everyone. I'm Astitva, a newbie to open source. I've been using Linux for quite a while and I want to contribute to make it better. My preferred languages are Python and Java. I'm also learning C/C++ and Ruby. I hope I can be of use to this community. Thank you.
On Sep 28, 2020 1:56 AM, Ryan Kosta <ryanpkosta(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Fedora contibutors,
> My name is Ryan Kosta.
Hello Ryan, and welcome.
I've seen you sent an introduction email also to the QA team. Great!
In order to practice with the Fedora infrastructure, I advice you to apply for the QA group membership on FAS (Fedora Account System)  in order to get sponsored.
See you around.
Hi Fedora contibutors,
My name is Ryan Kosta. I have been coding in C for a few years now, just
recently began learning C++. I also do a lot of sysadmin stuff both for
my own systems and for work. I know a fair amount of git, and a bit of
I am trying to find low-level technical stuff to do (coding, testing).
Ideally I would like to do some work on the kernel side of things but
working with other operating system technologies also sounds very
interesting to me.
I am also very open to writing documentation for certain systems,
especially if that task would require me reading code.
Ryan Kosta <ryanpkosta(a)gmail.com>
My name is Christoph Karl and I use Fedora for a long time.
For various reasons I want to change to CentOS,
but I still miss some packages from Fedora.
So I want to learn packaging not only for Fedora but for EPEL also.
I would like to start with the package "qjackctl"
I succeded with a scratch build for EPEL:
But now I do not know how to move on.
Also ownership of "qjackctl" is not clear.
According to devel List it is orphaned
(see Mail from 26.07.20, 23:08 by Fernando Lopez-Lezcano
What would be the next step?
I am Ramya Parimi and very new to Fedora! I am a scientific researcher
passionate about computers, programming and other fun stuff. With the same
enthusiasm, I learnt Python programming and Pandas mainly using the open
source documentation. As a scientific writer, I wanted to explore the field
of documentation/technical writing as well. That's when I came across
Fedora in one of the forums.
I am very excited to be part of this massively large community. I am
looking forward to learning and growing while contributing my best to the
Fedora project. I can't wait to see what this journey unfolds for me.
Most of you would know this already, but there's this website that
gathers information on the hardware that we're all using to run Linux:
If you have a minute, please consider uploading information from your
system too. Others can then use the website to query how well their
On Fedora, providing information requires:
$ sudo dnf install hw-probe edid-decode
to install the packages, and then:
$ sudo -E hw-probe -all -upload
to run the probe and upload information. You can then remove the
packages if you wish.
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD" (He / Him / His) | https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Ankursinha
Time zone: Europe/London
Hey everyone, I am Arnav and belong to the city of Mumbai. Currently I am
an undergrad and love the concept of open-source.I will try to be a useful
asset to the Fedora community. My current language is python and I am also
familiar with git. I am an amatuer football player and a foodie.