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Create Fedora Account System (FAS) account
Send a self-introduction
Not sure what to say? Does writing an introduction feel awkward? Consider these questions when introducing yourself:
Are you new to the Fedora community? If so, what was interesting to you about Fedora?
Are you involved with other communities? Tell us about what you do in other communities or projects.
Do you already contribute to Fedora? Let us know what parts of Fedora you are involved in.
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.
Don't forget to say hi when you join!
Make your first steps
See xref:commops::contribute/first-steps.adoc[Make your first steps in Fedora] for more info.
Attend a meeting
https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/diversity-team/[**Find our next meeting on our calendar!**]
Check out Pagure tickets
The next step to get involved is to review our ticket tracker and look for something interesting to you. All of our open tickets are in our https://pagure.io/fedora-diversity/issues[Pagure repository]. New tasks are added as "issues" into the Pagure repository.
Here is a quick index of different types of tickets:
https://pagure.io/fedora-diversity/issues?status=Open&priority=20[Meeting tickets]
https://pagure.io/fedora-diversity/issues?status=Open&tags=good+first+issue[Good first tickets for newcomers]
https://pagure.io/fedora-diversity/roadmap[Roadmap] (collection of tickets around specific objectives or goals)
See a ticket that looks interesting? If someone is not already assigned, leave a comment and ask how you can help. Another member of the team will get back to you with some feedback on how you get help. This is one opportunity to get mentorship and help with getting started on a task.