El sáb, 20-11-2021 a las 18:50 +0000, Ahmed Almeleh escribió:
> Greetings Project Leader, Sir,
> I do see your points and I agree that it's all a bit of a confusion
> as to
> where new users should be directed to.
> Actually, I myself joined only a month ago and I must admit the
> Fedora Join
> SIG did actually get me confused at first.
> The link to the Fedora Join SIG Docs:
> I think should be moved to :
> instead which may ease the confusion a bit.
> Finallly, I am all for having a user-focused "Join Fedora '' docs
> section on docs.fedoraproject.org
that is separate from the Join SIG
> Maybe we could rename the Fedora Join SIG, "Fedora Mentors" as it is
> essentially what they do. When helping out new contributors. This
> allow us to further avoid confusion.
Mentoring newcomers is one of the TEAM activities.. amount others....
we organize classroom session, contribute in askfedora/discussion site,
write quick-docs, etc...
> "Fedora Mentors"
I don't know this name will be confusing with other activities in
mentoring which fedora has.
> Also I felt a little nervous writing an email to the big project
> Ahmed Almeleh
> He / Him / His
> Fedora QA
> On Sat, 20 Nov 2021 at 18:01, Matthew Miller
> > I often want to send people to Join Fedora, to, you know, Join
> > Fedora. :)
> > But I'm actually a little confused where to start.
> > Héctor is re-doing https://whatcanidoforfedora.org/
, and that's
> > going to
> > be
> > nice, but I don't think it's ready and also I don't necessarily
> > think it's
> > the right path for everyone.
> > The first google hit that comes up is
> > https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Join
> > but ... that's pretty old, not very well maintained, and doesn't
> > really
> > represent current activities in the project very well. Plus, I do
> > not want
> > to send new folks into the minefield that is the wiki right away.
> > Also, "join.fedoraproject.org" currently links there.
> > Then, there's this:
> > https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-join/
> > which I _think_ is helpful, but I find somewhat confusing because
> > it mixes
> > up the business of the Join SIG (that is, all the helpful people
> > working to
> > provide a nice onboarding process) with the onboarding process
> > itself.
> > That page points to https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Welcome
> > which...
> > 1. Is frighteningly bare-bones.
> > 2. Has the "it's the wiki" problem again
> > 3. Points to Telegram — I don't have a problem with that as a
> > platform to
> > bring people on, but as a service outside of project control,
> > shouldn't
> > be where we start. (If people are on and comfortable with
> > Telegram,
> > cool,
> > let's meet them there. But I don't want to give the impression
> > that
> > signing up for telegram is a first step to
> > 4. Also IRC; that's a temporary problem until we get
> > chat.fedoraproject.org
> > officially launched, though.
> > Anyway, in short, what's the link I should use for someone who
> > wants to get
> > involved?
> > And, leading question: should we have a user-focused "Join Fedora"
> > docs
> > section on docs.fedoraproject.org
that is separate from the Join
> > SIG docs?
> > --
> > Matthew Miller
> > <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org>
> > Fedora Project Leader
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