How are things going? Have you been able to join the fedora-hubs mailing list and IRC?
I'm ready to give you next steps once you've done that!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Justin W. Flory" <jflory7(a)gmail.com>
Cc: "Máirín Duffy" <duffy(a)fedoraproject.org>, "riyafa 12"
Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2016 10:34:05 PM
Subject: [Outreachy] Re: Outreachy Round -13
On 09/11/2016 01:39 AM, Riyafa Abdul Hameed wrote:
I am a Computer Science and Engineering undergraduate at University of
Moratuwa Sri Lanka. I have experience working on open source projects
with WSO2 and Apache Software Foundation.
I am quite keen to participate in the Round 13 of the Outreachy program
with Fedora. I am not quite sure how to begin. I went through the
Outreachy/2016 page  of Fedora. Is there new projects for the Round
-13 and if so how can I get involved and submit a proposal?
Greetings, Riyafa! Welcome to the Fedora Outreachy mailing list. Glad to
have you here. :)
So for this round, it looks like we will have one slot for Fedora Hubs.
I think Máirín can probably advise specifically about forming a
proposal. But here's some useful resources to help you get started with
the Fedora community and the Fedora Hubs project!
To get a feel for the Fedora community, I would recommend checking out
You can earn badges for doing various tasks and completing certain
milestones in Fedora. There's a ticket that outlines some of the best
badges for beginners here:
I would take a look at the following badges and see if you can try to
start picking some of these up. This will help get you "bootstrapped"
and ready to contribute to Fedora.
* Baby Badger
* Crypto Badger / Crypto Panda
* Curious Penguin
* Macaron Cookie
* Junior Tagger
* Junior Package Tagger
* White Rabbit
For the Fedora Hubs project specifically, I would start by subscribing
to the mailing list for Hubs and also joining the IRC channel on
Freenode. That info is here:
* Mailing list:
* IRC channel: #fedora-hubs on irc.freenode.net
* IRC beginner's guide: https://fedoramagazine.org/beginners-guide-irc/
Here's a few more "pages to know" for Hubs as well:
Hope this is all helpful to you! If you have any other questions, please
let us know and we would be happy to answer them. :) Hopefully Máirín
can give specifics on a Hubs proposal.
Justin W. Flory
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