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Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Aim to be a real free software engineer

From: Aisuko LI
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Aim to be a real free software engineer
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 2021 15:29:56 +0800

Hi guys,

Thanks for the advice and patients, these suggestions give me direction.  I
will learn Scheme and start from SICP. And tracking the issue on GSequencer.

And I will do share the open-source opportunities with other people and
help them to learn the whole workflow.


On Thu, Feb 4, 2021 at 11:45 AM Nala Ginrut <> wrote:

> Hi Aisuko!
> I' m glad to see your hacker spirit! I've been similar for decade, and I
> always feel better when I was wired in hacking, learning, and programming.
> Here is my suggestions, and you may consider it in your own free will.
> 1. Find a project to contribute, continuously, for years. This may help
> you to understand the project deeper. And you have enough time to make
> friends in the community, this is important to help you to connect to free
> software people. Don't be alone, connect to people.
> 2. Help people around you in real life to try free software. If you have a
> small group to use free software, then create small LAN party every week.
> This can help you bring free software to real life, and no one can stop you
> from enjoying it if it become your life style.
> 3. GNU operating system was designed to use Scheme for its extension. You
> may see many projects are doing that, Guile, Guix, and GNU Artanis
> maintained by me, etc. So I'd recommend you learn Scheme as well. And SICP
> would be a good start.
> Finally, nice to see your hacker spirit. And welcome to the family.
> Best regards.
> On Thu, Jan 28, 2021, 23:18 Aisuko LI <> wrote:
>> To Whom It May Concern:
>> My name is Aisuko and the real name is BowenLi, I'm a open-source software
>> engineer. And I read a few blogs on And I believe that people
>> should know the operator system name should be `GNU/Linux`, and I have to
>> consider my motivation. Why do I want to be an open source projects
>> contributor? and are modern open source projects really for freedom?
>> So, I want to be a geek, although the way is difficult and boring. But I'm
>> a really boring guy too.And I keep trying to find the lightweight
>> operating
>> systems.
>> About my experiences, I'm working on many open-source projects, including
>> my Gihtub address. I have little development
>> experience on rancherOS(python, golang) due to my job, and am familiar
>> with
>> community management and project maintenance, remote collaboration is easy
>> to me. And the development experiences much more on python, golang, C#,
>> industry in Cloud-native like Docker,Kubernetes and Service-mesh.
>> Finally, I'm going back to the college school this year, and I'd like to
>> write more articles to spread out  GNU/Linux and freedom software.
>> Sincerely
>> *Aisuko*

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