@Justin..... wow! If you would pay also a cup of coffee, your explanation is perfect!!!
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> Il giorno 26 nov 2015, alle ore 19:44, Justin W. Flory <jflory7(a)gmail.com> ha
> Hello Shraddha, and welcome to Fedora!
> The Fedora Kernel Team has several resources in place to help new contributors get
started with contributing. The wiki page for the Kernel team has a lot of info that you
should find helpful.
> To get started, I would first advise you to create an account in the Fedora Account
System if you have not done so already. You can find info on this here:
> Once you are in FAS, I would recommend subscribing to the Fedora Kernel mailing list.
I would send a similar introduction as you sent here to our mailing list.
> Finally, the last thing you can do to get jumpstarted in helping with the Fedora
kernel is by using IRC for instant messaging with the Kernel team. If you are unfamiliar
with IRC, you can learn more about it here:
> The kernel team usually resides in #fedora-kernel on the Freenode IRC network. I
would recommend using an IRC client (like HexChat) or the Freenode webchat
) to connect to IRC and talk with the team.
> Hopefully this will help answer some of your questions about getting started. If you
have any problems with getting started with the Kernel team, feel free to email us back
and we will do our best to support you in getting started! If you have specific questions
about contributing to the Kernel, I would contact the folks over on that mailing list and
> Although I will use fair warning, it is a national holiday in the United States
(Thanksgiving), so you may be slow to get responses from some contributors until the next
Monday. There should be some other international contributors who can help get you started
> Again, welcome to the Fedora Project, and we're glad to have you here with us.
> Justin W. Flory
>> On 11/26/2015 11:34 AM, Shraddha Barke wrote:
>> Hello guys!
>> I'm Shraddha , an opensource enthusiast and a regular contributor to
>> the linux-kernel project. I'm currently an intern at Linux Kernel
>> selected through the Outreachy program. I started contributing to
>> opensource only 5 months ago but I'm already quite active. I would like
>> to join the fedora project and work on kernel development or web
>> technologies. Any help on getting started is appreciated :)
>> Kind Regards,
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