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  • Your name:Bhagyashree
  • FAS Account: bee2502
  • Fedora userpage: User:Bee2502

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Why do you want to work with the Fedora Project?

Being involved with the Community Operations team and contributing to Fedora has been a wonderful experience. GSoC offers me a rare opportunity to continue this involvement with CommOps and Fedora by spending my summers doing something I really love(metrics and contributing to Fedora) and making some really impactful contributions along the way.

Do you have any past involvement with the Fedora project or any other open source project as a contributor?

Yes, I have been involved with the Community Operations team since the past six months. Some of my past contributions include -

  • Helped Jan Kurik organize F23 Elections ! Also compiled the post-election metrics. Read more about the F23 elections on the CommOps retrospective here.
  • Compiled Fedora IRC metrics here
  • Fedora Badges post for Newcomers : 'How to get started with Fedora Badges?' here.
  • Some bug fixes for fedora-infra repo along with contributing to Community Blog and Fedora Magazine.

I am also a member of Fedora Women and recently started contributing to Fedora Hubs development too.

Did you participate with the past GSoC programs, if so which years, which organizations?


Will you continue contributing/ supporting the Fedora project after the GSoC 2014 program, if yes, which team(s), are you interested with?

I will, of course. I'll continue with the CommOps team and Hubs development. I am also interested in being an Ambassador(but that's for a bit later)

Why am I the best fit for this project idea?

I am really passionate about Data Analytics. With data, I want to understand and impact the community by bringing to light the critical issues along with identifying our strengths and weaknesses to help the leadership make informed decisions. Being a part of the Community Operations team at Fedora, I have been able to do it all.

Apart from that,

  • I'm really passionate about open source and I will continue to contribute to Fedora and CommOps even when the project ends.

So, Choose me ! Choose me ! Choose me !

// something about watching CommOps grow // Fedora community here