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Re: Want to Contribute to Fedora



>Well, here's how you do it.  There is now a Fedora Mentors list which
>will enable you to ask questions when you can't find answers on your
>own.  This is the how-to that helps you.
>
>If you've read the documentation and are stuck on a particular problem,
>this is where you ask.  We have mentors ready and waiting to help.
>
>So, what are you waiting for?  Sign up, have a look, and get involved.
>This is a great opportunity for you to get involved.
>
>If you don't know what you want to do, have a look at
>http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/HelpWanted to get some ideas.
>
>Once you find what you are interested in, join the Mentors mailing list
>at https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-mentors-list and read
>the documentation on the project's page.  After that, you're ready to
>start contributing.
>
>We want your help to improve Fedora, so get involved in Extras,
>Documentation & Translation, Bug Triaging, Marketing, Artwork or Legacy.
>You're welcome to choose how you would like to help, and you can
>contribute in as many ways and with however much time you are
>comfortable with.  Any help is good, and you don't have to make any
>permanent commitments.  Even just an occasional few hours is helpful.
>
>Have a look at http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Mentors for more
>information.
>
>We look forward to your (continued) participation.
>
>Big Thanks,
>The Fedora Mentors Team

Before getting too far involved, one may want to read the Contributor
License Agreement.  The normal process involves filling out a request form
and later receiving the agreement, but one can find the CLA by googling
around a bit.  Remember, the CLA is a real contract, and normally only the
terms of a contract apply, not the reassuring language of a cover letter.
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