A while back, we were brainstorming ideas for password storage and
distribution for things like the social media accounts and possibly
other items later on.
When the topic was brought up at an Infrastructure meeting, a few ideas
were tossed around, but in order to find a solution that works best for
us, we need to come up with a few basic requirements for what we need
out of a password management solution.
Some of the questions that would be helpful to devise a solution for
* How many people will need access to the passwords?
* How much data would be stored (e.g. how many passwords, for what
services, is it small-scale or large-scale, etc.)?
Anything else you might think of as useful would be great to add in so
we can come back to the Infra team with more specific requirements.
Justin W. Flory
if you are still interested in new contributors, I think I can help. Let me introduce myself.
I'm João Marcos Bizarro (you can call me John), from Brazil. I am a software architect and I work with Fedora about two years. I can contribute for Fedora Magazine writing articles like "How to...in Fedora". I wrote some guides for my company like "How to install PHP 5.3 in Fedora 22" and "How to install and use Docker in Fedora 22". Anyway, I can help developers with tutorials, guides and bugs.
Looking forward to your comments.
On 05/12/2016 08:02 AM, Sumantro Mukherjee wrote:
> Hey Justin
> I am Sumantro Mukherjee , joined Red Hat as an Intern. Before joining I contributed to Wikipedia by running the local chapter  and Mozilla as community builder and participation leader from my area . I am in FOSS for last 3 yrs now and I would like to start off by writing posts for Fedora Magazine ( I have already started contributing to developers.redhat.com as a content writer). I am writing to you if you can help me getting started. I have a testday coming and I intend to announce it on Fedora Magazine.Previously, I have written a mail introducing myself in the list and asking any moderator/admin to review it since that didn't happen. I thought of directly writing to you this time.
Somehow, this email was lost in my inbox and I'm only just now seeing
it. Super sorry for the late response, but I think we can get you
bootstrapped and familiar with how the Magazine works. I'm going to
include the Marketing mailing list in my reply so the rest of the team
can know that you are interested in writing too.
Firstly, when getting started with writing for the Magazine, you should
check out this great intro post about how to write for the Magazine.
This page has a lot of details and pointers for getting started you may
find useful. Something that page mentions is writing a pitch for your
article. A pitch is the first step for writing for the Magazine, and
it's how the rest of the editing team can get the gist of what you're
writing about. A link explaining how to write the pitch is below.
Hopefully this should be enough to get you started. Seems like we
probably missed the test day, but for any future articles you want to
write about, we'd be happy to see anything you come up with! If you have
questions, please let us know. If you need help resolving your mailing
list issues, you can reply directly to me in an email - otherwise, try
to use the public mailing list.
Sorry again for the late response, and welcome!
Justin W. Flory