While watching Dominique reserve all of the packages to update for GNOME
3.1.2, I started thinking about mentoring some people who'd like to get
involved in the team but don't know how to contribute.
We already have several people working in the team doing various things,
and that's great! But there might be others who only have half an hour
every now and then and think they can't make a difference with that. And
that's wrong! Half an hour is more than enough to complete a task. The
biggest barrier, though, is that you might have time to learn what you
can do in such a short period of time, and how to do it. Hence the idea
It's easy to imagine small tasks that could be mentored: update a
package, triage bugs, work on maintenance updates, look at features and
propose a few ones for next version, etc. And it turns out that we can
easily mentor people here.
So I'm wondering out loud: are there people here who would like help on
starting to contribute?
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