[SATLUG] Open Source Project
null.div.zero at gmail.com
Tue Sep 25 00:52:14 CDT 2012
I wanted to speak up sooner; but, feel a little awkward. The only coding
I have done was in college; so, I'm worried I cannot contribute much. That
said, I love coding, I find it very rewarding, and would value the
experience of participating in an open source project. Please jeep me in
the loop if anyone undertakes/participates in such a project.
On Sep 24, 2012 10:28 PM, "Brad Knowles" <brad at shub-internet.org> wrote:
> On Sep 24, 2012, at 7:30 AM, Alex Brandt <alunduil at alunduil.com> wrote:
> > Perhaps the right question is what open source projects have people
> > themselves or contributed to in the past that they can help others get
> > involved in?
> I've contributed to the NTP Public Services Project (see <
> http://support.ntp.org/>), and the Mailman project (see <
> http://www.list.org/>), as well as the Python project (see <
> http://www.python.org/>). I've also had some involvement with Opscode
> Chef (see <http://www.opscode.com/>) especially including some of the
> open source cookbooks (see <http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks>).
> The Assimilation Monitoring Project (see <http://assimmon.org/>, which
> currently redirects to <
> http://linux-ha.org/source-doc/assimilation/html/index.html>) is also in
> the early phases of getting started. Alan recently did a very interesting
> talk at LinuxCon 2012, and we should hopefully have the edited video of
> that talk online very soon.
> I know that all these projects can use help in a variety of areas, and if
> anyone is interested in contributing to any of them, I'll be glad to help
> put you in touch with the right people.
> Brad Knowles <brad at shub-internet.org>
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