On 1/30/19 1:05 PM, Rabin Yasharzadehe wrote:
I'm Rabin Yasharzadehe from the Israel.
I've been a Linux user since 2009 but this is my first time on
intending to join an open source software project, since I'm confident
that I already acquired the necessary skills to contribute.
I currently work as a SysAdmin/Devop engineer for a NGO. My computer
skill level are all over the place, if you really like to find more,
you can see my linkedin profile here
I'm using Fedora for the past 10 yers, and was looking to participate
start contributing back.
My interests are around
infrastructure|security|packaging|automation|documentation|and more :)
Hi, welcome! As Matt said, the best part to get started is on quick-docs
- they're small and mostly self-contained so it's easier to grasp. The
repo and open issues are at
, and the built version
is at https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/quick-docs/
Before you start, you should make a FAS account if you don't have one
already; it'll allow you to log in to Pagure and contribute. We have
some docs for newcomers here:
I tend to be online on IRC fairly often and in a similar timezone (CET -
UTC+1), so ping me (pbokoc) in #fedora-docs on IRC if you need anything.