On Mon, 2014-09-15 at 21:43 +0200, Marcin Franczyk wrote:
my name is Marcin (just call me Frank :) ), I'm from Poland, I have
as programmer in polish portal onet.pl.
I decided to join fedoraproject because I would like to get experience
in OS programming and I like fedora, everyday I have contact with web
technology, but my goal is to become OS developer in some company
outside of the country.
I'm interested to develop in C/C++, but I don't have big experience
with this language (only few not commercial project), because of this
I have question :)
Can you advise me which team will be good to start ? I will be happy
if I had contact with kernel or something associated with network.
In addition to what Alvaro and Ivan have already said, you should look
. It's a great resource if you're looking to learn
Fedora, like any Linux distribution, is downstream in the development
map. We take software from upstream and package it up. Quite a few
community members work as upstream too, the Gnome and KDE communities,
for example. If you want to work on programming, you'd learn a lot more
if you worked with upstream. You can learn about build systems by
signing up as a package maintainer and you can obviously pick up any
bugs off bugzilla and try to fix them as another way to learn. Easyfix
would be a good place to start: http://fedoraproject.org/easyfix/
Sorry for my english, i'm working on it :)
Your English is just fine :)
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