On Mon, 5 Aug 2019 at 14:28, Adam Stackhouse <adstak(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I am looking to help the infrastructure team at fedora so hopefully you
will welcome me in and help me get stuck in. So I will begin with
introducing my self a bit:
We will be having our next meeting 2019-08-15. I will add you to the
apprentice group in the meantime. Things will be a bit quiet for the next
week and a half as people are travelling to FLOCK in Hungary. Welcome again
Name: Adam Stackhouse
IRC Handle: adstak
I have been a Linux sys admin now for about 6 and a half years in the web
hosting industry. I currently work for Godaddy EMEA and work on roughly
2000 of their Centos servers on their UK brands. This covers everything
from mail servers to web servers and I would like to offer back some of my
skills to fedora and hopefully pick up a thing or two along the way.
I have quite allot of experience in bash, Python and Perl from everything
from sys tools to back end API's. In terms of technologies I would like to
learn etc I am pretty open and want to learn as much as I can. currently I
am working with technologies such as ansible, haproxy, buidling RPM's and
openstack but I have pretty much had to deal with many services and
technologies in Linux due to the size of the company I work and happy to
get stuck in with what ever I can :)
In terms of open source work this would be a first for me so any advice
anyone can give into how I can get involved and be of help would be great.
The only thing close to this I have done in the past is some development
for the pebble watch a feew years ago with a few people on github so bit of
a noob in the open source world so hopefully everyone here can help me out
at any point if I need it.
So I guess in terms of questions if anyone could give me some advice on
where to go next I would love to just follow that and see where this goes.
I have seen there is an apprentice group which seems like a good place to
start to get an idea of the platforms you have etc
Any help you can give would be great and I look forward to working with
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