Introducing https://seeking-maintainers.net! 🎉
A few days ago, @kev asked the community for help maintaining his side-project, 512kb.club. This got me thinking.
There are loads of maintainers out there feeling burnt out, but they can't abandon their project since people are depending on the project to be maintained.
In an effort to combat this, I built a website that lists projects looking for new maintainers. It's still quite empty and has some rough edges, so any feedback is very welcome.
Project Site (Lots of photo documentation):
Slashdot article by EditorDavid:
Arguing with Asterisk (via raspbx) for hours, cannot get my android phone to register or get any response from the server...
decide to try a softphone on my laptop, and guess what? It works.
There seems to be basically no documentation out there on how to actually *use* this software.
Anyone else had this issue? Or know what stupid mistake I don't know I've made?
Found this /e/ project through slashdot yesterday and wanted to know if anyone has tried the beta release?
Gotta love an Android alternative and they have a much longer list of supported devices than I would have expected.
Finally joined the fediverse and fosstodon seemed like a solid place to jump in.
I am a Fedora Linux user (full-time since v25) and have been using Linux and FOSS in some capacity for the past ten years. My roots are in Debian.
Recently I've been taking the time to really learn Vim and alongside that, started writing in Markdown. I'm also learning to use Ansible and reading through The Phoenix Project by Gene Kim, et al.
Looking forward to being a part of this community!
Fedora user, tinkerer, short wave radio enthusiast, hiker, music lover
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.