On Monday, October 29, 2012 09:39 AM, Βασίλης Βυζάς wrote:
I don't think I received any answer or I don't know how to
You're right, nobody answered. Sorry about that.
2012/10/24 Βασίλης Βυζάς <vizasb(a)gmail.com>
> Hi people,
> I am new to all this, I am using fedora 2 years now and I am very pleased
> with it and I would like contribute to the project. I don't really know
> where and how to start though, I believe I can occupy with the bug triange
> and the testing for now.
> Any suggestions and advices are more than welcome
Well, the usual answer is that you should start by just doing what you
want to do.
There isn't really a way to assign work to volunteers, and we need
people in all possible areas anyway.
So just figure out what you would enjoy doing for Fedora, and start
doing it. :)
If you haven't read it yet, I would suggest you take some time to read
and understand the following document:
In your original email, you say you could do bug triage and testing.
That's awesome, as it's really needed. :)
These two pages describe what the respective teams do:
And these two pages describe how to join each team:
I hope this helps you integrating one of the teams, or both! :D
Of course, I can't stress this enough: the most important thing is that
you find a team where you will have fun. Because that's how you will
make your most valuable contributions to Fedora.