On Thu, 2008-09-04 at 20:56 +0530, Amitakhya Phukan wrote:
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Mike McGrath wrote:
> On Thu, 4 Sep 2008, Mike McGrath wrote:
>> On Thu, 4 Sep 2008, Amitakhya Phukan wrote:
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>>> Mike McGrath wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 4 Sep 2008, Amitakhya Phukan wrote:
>>>>> I am approved for sysadmin group .. I want to join the
>>>>> sysadmin-test and sysadmin-hosted groups. Can anyone
>>>>> sponsor me there ?
>>>> When looking for sponsorship its best to say specifically
>>>> what you are looking to do. Is there a ticket or specific
>>>> project you're interested in working on?
>>> Hi Mike,
>>> Did you mean this :
>>> Well, I have been looking at this page and I don't understand
>>> the differences between the different colored areas. Since I am
>>> interested in sysadmin-test and sysadmin-hosted, which of those
>>> should I be studying before coming up with any ideas ?
>>> One ticket assigned to "nobody" is Ticket #629. Another is
>>> Ticket #396. But they are in different colored areas. Can you
>>> give me some guide where and what I should be looking for ?
>> Its important to focus on what you want to do. Neither one of
>> the tickets above involve sysadmin-test or sysadmin-hosted
>> really. 629 could use sysadmin-test but it would probably be
>> better to get it up and running on your workstation first.
>> As far as what to look for, mostly pick things that you're good
>> at or interested in. If you have python experience you could get
>> working on 629 and submit a patch. The code is at:
> Sorry, ticket 396 can be done at that site. ticket 629 could be
> tested on your workstation just by using yum to install mediawiki.
apologies everyone, but the fix is actually in the Fedora package
review queue already. I forgot to check what tickets were in trac
(It'll basically add the footnotes function to Mediawiki).
> Fedora-infrastructure-list mailing list
lemme install Fedora on my test station and will ping you tomorrow.
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