Apologies for the delayed response.
On Fri, 4 Oct 2019 at 16:32, Ankur Sinha <sanjay.ankur(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Welcome to the Fedora community, again :)
> I am Rayan, I'm based out of Bangalore, India. I am a beginner Open
> contributor and trying to be a part of it.
> I have been using Fedora from last one year now. My interest is mainly in
> programming. But according to me testing the updated version is also
> I've subscribed to the mailing list. I'm very interested in contributing,
> where I can. Looking forward to know everyone as much as possible and
> be a part of this family.
That's great to hear! What are you doing nowadays?
I'm a recent graduate, currently working for TCS basically on
Infrastructure. I didn't have many options back then so I had to join.
Though I'm trying to get out of there and will do a better job. Fedora
interests me more and I'm using it so I thought let's contribute to Fedora.
Get to learn so many things.
Testing is a great place to get started. You learn about how the release
cycle runs, and you get introduced to the infrastructure that we use.
Have you subscribed to the QA team's mailing list yet? If not, maybe do
that and send them an introduction e-mail too :)
No, I haven't subscribed yet. But I will and drop an introduction mail too.
Apart from testing, I have interest in Infrastructure also.
More information on QA here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA/Join
As for testing, you can start with testing updates immediately:
- enable the updates-testing repository
- use and update your system as usual
- give karma to updates to let others know if updates work correctly or
Sure I will start and ask if somewhere I need help.