My name is Richard Gregory. I am searching for an open-source project within the fedora ecosystem to write a proposal for a fellowship I am applying to.
I am a former Outreachy intern for Fedora. My speciality is in full-stack web development. Mostly Python stuff. I can also write basic algorithms in whatever programming language.
About the Project
A typical outcome would be a mix of a coordinated open-source contribution, a new tool or prototype, a scientific research paper, or a conference presentation. As long as the project benefits the open-source community, interpreted broadly, it is a suitable project for a Fellowship.
The project should be reproducible, shareable and composable contributions. Contributions should align with community interests and integrate with larger software ecosystems.
The project must have a reasonable chance for success in 12 weeks and should be well-defined and impactful enough to consider funding.
I would suggest reaching out to either @siddharthvipul1 and @sumantrom, for they are organization admin for mentored projects under Fedora to once consult about this. If we have approval then we might create a ticket under the mentored projects Pagure namespace Overview - mentored-projects - Pagure.io and float a mail in the mailing lists asking for folks to reach out with their proposal ideas as comments under the said ticket.
Hey @richardgreg, you might also link up with @lilyx on this too. I think she is already working on a fellowship with Fedora and she might have some thoughts based on her experience the past few months.