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Hello all,

I have been wanting to get involved with LibreOffice for some time now,
and today I saw a tweet from @floeff, linking a video of Alexander
Werner hacking on salt-states. The video sparked my curiosity and I
decided to volunteer for the website team.

I have been managing and maintaning Ubuntu Turkey's (unofficial local
community) infrastructure for the last four years. Compared to TDF's
servers and applications, it is nothing but it helped me to learn
healthy and sustainable sysadmin practices. To give you a rough idea
about what I can comfortably work with, the Ubuntu Turkey's server hosts
a forum, a wiki and a wordpress instance. All those are served by Nginx
with PHP-FPM and they use MariaDB as database. We also have a Redmine
installation where we track bugs and feature requests. Some of the
scripts I wrote can be accessed via Also,
I am very much interested in DNS and DNSSEC.

So, how should I proceed? Should I select a bug from TDF Redmine and
start working on it or should I wait for a mentor to contact me?


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