Join Fedora Badges community

Become a member of Fedora Badges community by following these steps.

Create a FAS account

Join the Discussion

Join us on Discourse

Discussion regarding Fedora Badges takes place on Discourse. Login with your FAS account that you setup earlier.

You can quickly filter for discussions concerning Fedor Badges by using the #badges-team tag.

News, updates, and discussions are shared on Discourse. It is a key part to how we communicate. It receives low to medium traffic.

Post a self-introduction

Say hello and introduce yourself to the team! Post a self-introduction on Discourse and tell us a little about yourself.

Not sure what to say? Answer these questions to start:

  • Why are you interested in contributing to Fedora?

  • Why are you interested in contributing to Badges?

  • If you’re involved with other things in Fedora, what are/were you working on?

  • Do you have any experience in open source or online communities? If so, what?

  • What parts of the Badges project are interesting to you?

  • Do you have any questions for us? How can we help you get started?

  • Add the #badges-team tag to your post

Join our IRC/Matrix chat

Fedora uses the Libera.Chat IRC network and Matrix for instant messaging and communication. You can use the messaging client of your choice, as the IRC and Matrix channels are bridged together. Short discussions and planning happen in our group chat.

Never used IRC before? See the Beginner’s Guide to IRC on the Fedora Magazine. Additionally, you can connect temporarily in a chat session in your browser via Libera.Chat web chat. However, if you want to stay connected even when you are not online, consider using Element as your IRC client.

The IRC channel is also bridged to Matrix.

Register on Community Blog

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The Fedora Community Blog is an important place for sharing news in the Fedora community. An account gives permissions to view article drafts and previews before they are published. If you ever write an article, you need an account. To register, log in at the login page with your Fedora Account System (FAS) credentials.

Need more help logging in? Read the help page for more detailed instructions.

Make your first steps

See Make your first steps in Fedora for more info.

Start on a task

There are three ways to contribute to Fedora Badges:

  • As a designer

  • As a developer

  • As a system administrator

Before you begin any of the following tasks, introduce yourself!

As a designer

The Fedora Badges community accepts requests for new badges in a public issue tracker on Pagure. The community opens an issue there when they have a new idea for a badge. To get started with badge design, follow these steps:

  1. Review How to design a Fedora Badge documentation

  2. Set up Inkscape with Badges color palettes, fonts, and templates (provided in documentation)

  3. Review Badge tickets tagged as AW: needed

  4. If nobody is assigned to the issue, leave a comment that you want to work on the Badge artwork

  5. A Badges contributor will reply to confirm the Badge is possible and ready to be worked on (we don’t want you to make a design for a Badge that isn’t technically possible!)

  6. Begin designing the badge, post SVGs/PNGs of your artwork to the issue for review

As a developer

This section is being worked on. The information is not yet complete.

Fedora Badges is made up of different components divided into frontend and backend. As a starter there’s a helpful document provided by the Infrastrucre Team.

Development takes place on GitHub. Issues are primarily tracked on Pagure and distributed from there.

As a system administrator

This section is being worked on. The information is not yet complete.

The Fedor Badges Team takes care of keeping things running, attending to issues and bugs filed on Pagure and keeping the documentation, what you are reading now, up to date.

If anything is not working as expected please open an issue or, if you already have a fix, submit a PR.

Alternatively, have a look at issues tagged good first issue. If you want to work on one of these, leave a comment, so someone from the team can assign it to you. Help is always welcome.