To get started to contribute something to the Fedora Infrastructure
Community, you can go the link
and follow the
Steps mentioned in Getting Started section.
Since again there is a lot of tasks under Infrastructure, I would suggest
to pick something where you interests lies. You can look at
and pick one domain in
you would like to work on.
Then solving the present tickets will make you more familiar with the work
done by the Fedora Infrastructure team.
On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 12:03 PM, Ruchika Bhartiya <ruchikasb(a)gmail.com>wrote:
Let me point out the work/project I have done in the past and future aims:
I was part of a Solaris-Linux infrastructure. It was around 40 servers. It
was a NIS-NFS setup.The work involved doing server setup, configuring the
filesystems,enabling required services,installing apache, jumpstart new
servers,running cronjobs, scripts to take regular backup, installing patch,
monitoring the system, sending alert mails and other administrative task.
Later I moved towards application administration, wherein the platform was
linux. Apart from application level knowledge I was involved in server
provisioning team. The role was to get system level information and
estimate future requirements.
I am RHCE certified.
With this Fedora engagement , I want to strength my Linux knowledge. I
want to be part of a virtualization project, as this is something I havent
Virtualization, Networking and Security are the areas I would like to get
On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 10:23 PM, Nitin Agarwal <
> For a Linux Administrator, there is lot of work available which can be
> done. It would be better if you can list out which submodule would you like
> to work on.
> Introducing the community with the projects you have done in the past
> would be helpful to you to find some project which you can pursue and other
> members would be able to suggest you with some ideas.
> Same thing Again : Linux Infrastructure includes a lot of work, point out
> your interests (skills) which you are looking for to work with the Fedora
> Community and listing only few of the major projects you have done.
> *Nitin Agarwal*
> On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 8:51 AM, Ruchika Bhartiya <ruchikasb(a)gmail.com>wrote:
>> IRC handle: ruchikasb
>> Skills: I have worked as a Linux Administrator( Redhat mainly). I have
>> been part of large infrastructure setup.Lately, I am unemployed and would
>> like to be into the Linux world too. I am looking forward to use my
>> knowledge here and gain some from the community
>> Work: I would like to get involved in Linux infrastructure setup with
>> different services running. I would like to work towards security hardening
>> of the system.
>> Looking forward to get involved.
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