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... there are more but these are the most painful
|Project |*Community Operations* (CommOps)

|IRC Channel |#fedora-commops
|Web page |link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/CommOps[CommOps Wiki]
|Mentor(s)|* link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:decause[ Remy DeCausemaker] (decause)

link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_Hubs[Fedora Hubs Wiki]

|Mentor(s) |

|Project |*Pagure*
|IRC Channel |#fedora-apps
|Web page |https://pagure.io[Pagure project]
|Mentor(s) |link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:pingou[
Pierre-Yves Chibon] (pingou)
|Notes |Pagure is a forge written in python and offering the possibility of
self-hosting projects while still using the now well-know fork and
pull-request contribution model. While being similar to other forge such
as GitHub or GitLab it is also pretty different for example it does not
namespace projects under usernames with the idea that projects should
not belong to a single person but to a community.

Your internship with this project could also involve any or all of the
following:

|Project |_Fedora Atomic_
|IRC Channel |#atomic
|Web page |https://projectatomic.io[ProjectAtomic.io]
|Mentor(s) |

|Project |_Fedora Atomic_
IRC Channel |#atomic
|Web page |https://projectatomic.io[ProjectAtomic.io]
|Mentor(s) |

|Project |_Fedora Atomic_
|IRC Channel |#atomic
|Web page |https://projectatomic.io[ProjectAtomic.io]
|Mentor(s) |link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:jberkus[ Josh Berkus] (jberkus)
|Notes |

|Project |*Fedora Atomic*
|IRC Channel |#atomic
|Web page |https://projectatomic.io[ProjectAtomic.io]
|Mentor(s) |link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:jberkus[ Josh Berkus] (jberkus)
|Notes |

|Project |*Fedora Atomic*
|IRC Channel |#atomic
|Web page |https://projectatomic.io[ProjectAtomic.io]
|Mentor(s) |

|Project |_'Fedora Atomic_
|IRC Channel |#atomic
|Web page |https://projectatomic.io[ProjectAtomic.io]
|Mentor(s)|

|Project |_Cockpit_
|IRC Channel |#cockpit
|Webpage |http://cockpit-project.org
|Mentor(s) |

|Project |_Cockpit_
|IRC Channel |#cockpit
|Web page |http://cockpit-project.org
|Mentor(s) |

|Project |_Cockpit_
|IRC Channels |#cockpit
|Webpage |http://cockpit-project.org
|Mentor(s) |

|Project |Docs Project
|IRC Channel |#fedora-docs
|Webpage |https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs_Project
|Mentor(s) |link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:zoglesby[ Zach
Oglesby] (zoglesby)
|Notes |
The Fedora community produces a variety of content suitable for user
reference. Members of the Fedora Project produce documentation in a
variety of ways - manpages and code comments from developers, system
architecture design and best practices reference material from the infra
team; application design, interface design, microservices, buildfarms
and more. All at work meeting the needs of a transparent organization
built on open source technologies and open development practices.

Anerist is intended to consume reference materials, in whatever format
they are discovered in, and render them to produce a neatly indexed html
site with a common style and theme. To alleviate manual effort in this
conversion process, and in the process of 'cycling' translations, the
application is event driven, with content regenerated on each change of
the sources using CICD technologies. This design relies on modularized
conversion tools, which also allows for programmatically generated
content and drop-in custom views of technologies or infrastructure.

We need your help to build this framework. You'll use python, bootstrap,
buildbot, fedmsg, git, and more.

Your internship with this project could also involve any or all of the
following: