Author: lailah

Join a Fedora Ask Me Anything (AMA)

The admins of Fedora Telegram group, would like to invite you to participate in a big “ask me anything” (AMA) session. Join us on May 6th at 18:00 UTC (14:00 US/Eastern) in the Fedoraama telegram group (bridged to #fedora-ama on Freenode IRC). The session is expected to span an hour and a half.

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FAmSCo Elections: Interview with Sylvia Sanchez (lailah)

Fedora Ambassador Steering Committee badge This is a part of the FAmSCo Elections Interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The voting period starts on Tuesday, January 10th and closes promptly at 23:59:59 UTC on Monday, January 16th. Please read the responses from candidates and make your choices carefully. Feel free to ask questions to the candidates here (preferred) or elsewhere!

Interview with Sylvia Sanchez (lailah)

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Want to be Fedora contributor? Start with Fedora 25 translation sprint!

Want to be Fedora contributor? Start with Fedora 25 translation sprint!

Become a translator superhero in the Fedora 25 translation sprint!

We often meet many Fedora users that say, “How can I contribute something to Fedora?” or “How do I become part of Fedora?” This is the right time to reach all those users and inform them they can be contributors!

Why now? For translations, users already know their local language. Its just a matter of using translation tools like Zanata to get those translations in. This is also one good way to learn about processes in the Fedora community. It’s a fantastic chance to learn about packages, reviews, IRC, Bugzilla, mailing lists, etc.

We’re having a Fedora Activity Day, or FAD, to finish translations prior to the next Beta release.  We will be gathering online from 3th September to 9th September.  We have a list of priority projects to translate and many languages to cover.  In later stages, one can also help rewarding contributors and effectively closing the events with statistics and reports.

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