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Ability to work cooperatively with peers
All contributors to Fedora need to register in the https://accounts.fedoraproject.org/[Fedora Account System]. New contributors are asked to sign the {FWIKI}/Legal:Fedora_Project_Contributor_Agreement[Fedora Project Contributor Agreement] (FPCA). This is not a copyright assignment agreement, but ensures your contributions to Fedora have acceptable licensing terms. If you need help with this, contact the https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/infra/day_to_day_fedora/[Fedora Infrastructure Team].
Alternatively, do you think something is missing or could be improved in the Fedora community? Open a new ticket with your idea or suggestion. Our best ideas come from a wide range of people with different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. Whether you are new to the Fedora community or are a long-time contributor, you might have the next great idea for the team. Open a new ticket and we can discuss more about your idea or suggestion.
A negative vote halts the process and requires discussion.
Are you an organizer of local events or programs? If you run any kind of event in your local community, let us know what you do.
Are you involved with other communities? Tell us about what you do in other communities or projects.
Are you new to the Fedora community? If so, what was interesting to you about Fedora?
Attend a meeting
By how potential members engage on difficult topics in a constructive way.
By how potential members participate on Discussion and Pagure.
By how potential members respond to criticism.
By how well potential members stick with the process through tough issues.
By regularly showing up in meetings or in chat.
By the interactions potential members have in meetings and in channel.
By the interactions potential members have in the Fedora community.
By time already given to the DEI Team.
Check out Pagure tickets
Commitment and follow through
Community involvement beyond the DEI Team
Create Fedora Account System (FAS) account