[UbuntuWomen] New member
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Thu Feb 12 23:31:29 UTC 2015
On Fri, Feb 13, 2015 at 12:44 AM, sugetha kch <sugetha24 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am a new member at the Ubuntu Women. I am a programmer and I was looking
Welcome once again. Sugetha has joined us via systers.
> at some opportunities to contribute to open source. Contributing to open
> source has always been on my to-do list for a very long time, but I never
> got around to doing that for some reason. So, I decided to take the first
> step with Ubuntu women.
Free software ... open source misses the point
> A little background about myself. I have a Masters in computer science,
> interested in anything and everything technology and programming. Coding is
> my favorite thing to do. I work FT at a networking company, mainly
> harnessing their OS capabilities to write extensions for their switches and
> routers. I could say that Python and C++ are my comfortable language. Python
> more so. I aim to do my PhD in the near future, so, I would be thrilled to
> talk to any PhD ubuntu woman for some guidance on that.
on a FOSS related topic?
> I am a newbie to the open source community. Please do guide me. I learn
> pretty fast so don't worry.
> I was wondering what my next steps are? How do I start contributing? I
> contacted Svetlana about the Harvest project and learned that it is in the
> stage 2.
> Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Ubuntu developer guides are pretty detailed.
Do RTFM. Many developers like good questions.
btw interleaved trimmed posts are favoured in all developer lists and
UW mailing list too
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