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

From: Nala Ginrut
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Aim to be a real free software engineer
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 2021 11:45:32 +0800

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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