On 11/09/2016 09:03 PM, Yisu Peng wrote:
I'm a newbie to fedora group. My FAS username is "yisupeng". I've been
following the 'Getting started' wiki page and look forward to join the
infrastructure group. I'm a Master student in Computer Science and I'm experienced
in C/C++, bash, python, etc. I'd worked as a system administrator managing a lot of
virtual machines that were used as compiling platforms. The systems used were CentOS. We
also used the Jenkins as our CI platform. This link contains some other information.
Thanks for reading.
Hi Yisu, and welcome! Looks like nobody replied to your previous
introduction – sorry about that! Thanks for following up again on the list.
It looks like you've already been through the Getting Started and
Apprentice program pages. As far as getting you added to the group,
there should be someone else on the list that can help take care of this
Once you are added to the group, you should consider looking through
some of the easyfix tickets for ideas on things you can help get
started. It looks like there's a lot of documentation-related tickets
highlighted here now. Some of these could be a good way to get a better
understanding about some of the tools and services within Fedora's
If you are able to make the meeting times, you are more than welcome to
attend! But if not, we can still coordinate at other times in IRC or on
the mailing list. I recommend looking through some of the tickets in the
Fedora Infrastructure Pagure for ideas on things you may be interested
in helping with. If something looks interesting, don't hesitate to ask
questions in the ticket or on the list. We're more than happy to help
guide you with getting started!
In case you don't hear back here, try hopping in #fedora-admin to be
sponsored into the Apprenticeship group later.
Hope to see you around!
Justin W. Flory