¡Bienvenido a Fedora!
Esta guía está escrita para aquellas personas que están interesadas en aprender más sobre Fedora, quizás con la idea de contribuir a la comunidad.
The Fedora project is a community of people working together to build a Free and Open Source software platform: the Fedora Operating System, and its various editions. You can learn more about Fedora, our mission, our four foundations, our leadership, our current objectives, and how we are organised using the pages linked to in the left hand sidebar.
Si está buscando contribuir y ya tiene una idea de cómo y qué hacer, ¡continúe y comience! Si no está tan seguro, siga leyendo.
Fedora is a massive global organisation where people with many different skills carry out different roles to keep the community ticking along. All services used by the Fedora community are linked to a central Fedora account that you can get here. We use IRC to speak to each other in real time and mailing lists for longer discussions for which short live chats may not be enough.
En todas nuestras interacciones, nosotros aspiramos a ser excelentes a los demás. Lea el código de conducta para aprender más sobre que es lo que se espera de los miembros de la comunidad de Fedora.
The large scale of the community can sometimes make it a little daunting for new folks to join us. There is far too much happening in Fedora all the time---even we find it hard to keep up with it all! So, if you are not sure of where to begin or have any queries at all, come hang out with the Fedora Join Special Interest Group (SIG) on any of our channels:
Here, you can speak to community members and other newcomers while we explore Fedora together. We will help you learn the systems and processes that the Fedora community uses, and as you gain a better idea of where you would like to contribute, we will also help you learn the skills that you may need.
Taking initiative is an important quality in successful contributors. So, go on, join a channel and introduce yourself to the community now!