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Subject [comdev-site] branch asf-site updated: Updated asf-site from master at 29c46a4b1dd4868a138dd36434379ba3298dc8bc using https://ci-builds.apache.org/job/Community%20Development/job/site/job/master/53/
Date Tue, 01 Dec 2020 11:55:29 GMT
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git-site-role pushed a commit to branch asf-site
in repository https://gitbox.apache.org/repos/asf/comdev-site.git


The following commit(s) were added to refs/heads/asf-site by this push:
     new 1d0684f  Updated asf-site from master at 29c46a4b1dd4868a138dd36434379ba3298dc8bc
using https://ci-builds.apache.org/job/Community%20Development/job/site/job/master/53/
1d0684f is described below

commit 1d0684fae6e5c1dd7a9ebdce34688f7a9bd5fdcc
Author: jenkins <builds@apache.org>
AuthorDate: Tue Dec 1 11:55:24 2020 +0000

    Updated asf-site from master at 29c46a4b1dd4868a138dd36434379ba3298dc8bc using https://ci-builds.apache.org/job/Community%20Development/job/site/job/master/53/
---
 content/gettingStarted/101.html  | 53 ++++++++++++++++++++--------------------
 content/gettingStarted/index.xml |  4 +--
 content/index.xml                |  4 +--
 content/sitemap.xml              |  4 +--
 4 files changed, 33 insertions(+), 32 deletions(-)

diff --git a/content/gettingStarted/101.html b/content/gettingStarted/101.html
index a8b9d2b..d6d9dc5 100644
--- a/content/gettingStarted/101.html
+++ b/content/gettingStarted/101.html
@@ -7,12 +7,12 @@
   <meta name="keywords" content="apache, apache community, community development, opensource"/>
   <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1"
/>
   <meta property="og:title" content="Getting started" />
-<meta property="og:description" content="Where do I start? If you have no idea where to
start with your engagement with an Apache project this is the page for you.
-Finding the right project The key to working on projects at Apache (and any open source for
that matter) is to have a personal reason for being involved. You might be trying to solve
a day job issue, you might be looking to learn a new technology or you might simply want to
do something fun in your free time." />
+<meta property="og:description" content="Where do I start? If you have no idea where to
start your engagement with an Apache project, this is the page for you.
+Finding the right project The key to working on projects at Apache (and on any open source
project, for that matter) is to have a personal reason for being involved. You might be trying
to solve a day job issue, you might be looking to learn a new technology or you might simply
want to do something fun in your free time." />
 <meta property="og:type" content="article" />
 <meta property="og:url" content="https://community.apache.org/gettingStarted/101.html"
/>
 <meta property="og:image" content="https://community.apache.org/images/aceu19_1.jpg"/>
-<meta property="article:modified_time" content="2020-07-20T20:22:04+02:00" /><meta
property="og:site_name" content="Apache Community Development" />
+<meta property="article:modified_time" content="2020-12-01T12:54:48+01:00" /><meta
property="og:site_name" content="Apache Community Development" />
 
 
   <title>Apache Community Development - Getting started</title>
@@ -191,57 +191,58 @@ Finding the right project The key to working on projects at Apache (and
any open
       <hr>
       
 	<h1 id="where-do-i-start">Where do I start?</h1>
-<p>If you have no idea where to start with your engagement with an Apache project
+<p>If you have no idea where to start your engagement with an Apache project,
 this is the page for you.</p>
 <h3 id="finding-the-right-project">Finding the right project</h3>
-<p>The key to working on projects at Apache (and any open source for that matter)
+<p>The key to working on projects at Apache (and on any open source project, for that
matter)
 is to have a personal reason for being involved. You might be trying to solve
 a day job issue, you might be looking to learn a new technology or you might
 simply want to do something fun in your free time. We don&rsquo;t care what your
 motivation is we just care about you wanting to get involved.</p>
 <p>If you don&rsquo;t have a specific technical issue to solve you might be willing
to
 work on any project. Our <a href="https://projects.apache.org/">projects page</a>
provides a useful index which
-allows you to view projects alphabetically, by category or by language. When you view a projects
detail page in this list you will find details of their
+allows you to view projects alphabetically, by category or by coding language. When you view
a projects detail page in this list you will find information about their
 mailing lists, issue tracker and other resources.</p>
-<p>As well as our main projects you might also like to view our
+<p>You might also like to view our
 <a href="https://incubator.apache.org/">Incubating projects</a>. These projects
work in exactly the same way as our &ldquo;top
 level projects&rdquo; but are still developing their initial community.</p>
-<p>Once you&rsquo;ve found some interesting looking projects join their mailing
lists and
+<p>Once you&rsquo;ve found some interesting-looking projects, join their mailing
lists and
 start &ldquo;lurking&rdquo;. Read the mails that come through the list. Initially
you will not
 understand what people are talking about, but over time you will start to
-pick up the language, objectives, strategies and working patterns of the community.</p>
+pick up the language, objectives, strategies, concerns and working patterns of the community.</p>
 <h4 id="finding-an-issue-to-work-on">Finding an issue to work on</h4>
-<p>If you are trying to satisfy a specific technical problem then you already know
-what you want to work on, but if you are looking for something useful to do in
-order to participate in an ASF project then the projects issue/bug tracker is your
-friend (this will be linked from the projects home page or from its entry on the
+<p>If you are trying to satisfy a specific technical problem, you already know
+what you want to work on; but if you are looking for something useful to do in
+order to participate in an ASF project, the project&rsquo;s issue/bug tracker is your
+friend (you can find a link to it from the project&rsquo;s home page or from its entry
on the
 projects page linked above).</p>
-<p>In the projects issue tracker you will find details of bugs and feature
-requests the project would like to work with, this should give you some
+<p>In the project&rsquo;s issue tracker you will find details of bugs that have
been reported and feature
+requests the project is considering. This should give you some
 inspiration about how you might be able to help the project community. If
-you are looking for a beginner level issue try searching JIRA for issues
-with the label &ldquo;GSoC&rdquo; or &ldquo;mentor&rdquo;, these are issues
the community feel are
+you are looking for a beginner-level issue try searching JIRA for issues
+with the label &ldquo;GSoC&rdquo; or &ldquo;mentor&rdquo;; these are issues
the community feels are
 manageable for someone new to the ASF and their project. The community has
 also indicated that they are willing to help someone work on those issues
 through our <a href="/newbiefaq.html#NewbieFAQ-AbouttheApacheMentoringProgramme">mentoring
program</a>.</p>
 <h2 id="joining-the-community">Joining the community</h2>
-<p>once you have identified an issue you would like to tackle its time to join the
-projects mailing list (if you haven&rsquo;t already) and get started.</p>
-<p>Remember, community members usually happy to help, but they have to get something
+<p>Once you have identified an issue you would like to tackle, it&rsquo;s time
to join the
+project&rsquo;s mailing list (if you haven&rsquo;t already) and get started.</p>
+<p>Remember, community members are usually happy to help you, but they have to get
something
 in return. The community needs to believe that you intend to contribute positively
-to their work. There is a limit to how much &ldquo;hand holding&rdquo; you will get
so be ready
+to their work. There is a limit to how much &ldquo;hand-holding&rdquo; you will get,
so be ready
 to do some work if you expect to continue to be helped in your first foray into
 open source.</p>
-<p>At this point you might want to request that someone in the community offers to
+<p>At this point you might want to ask if someone in the community can
 mentor you. See our <a href="/mentorprogrammeapplication.html">mentoring programme</a>
for guidance on how to do this.</p>
 <p>Alternatively you can dive straight in and work with the community. Since you&rsquo;ve
-been lurking on the lists for a while by the time you have got to this point you
+been lurking on the lists for a while, you
 should have a feel for how to get involved, so go for it.</p>
+<p>A very good first step would be to introduce yourself in an email to the list. Explain
your interest in the project and anything relevant in your background or skills, and identify
the bug or feature request you would like to work on.</p>
 <h1 id="further-reading">Further Reading</h1>
 <ul>
-<li>Some common questions are answered in our <a href="/newbiefaq.html">FAQ</a></li>
-<li>To learn more about &ldquo;The Apache Way&rdquo; of developing software
see the
-foundations <a href="https://apache.org/foundation/how-it-works.html">How It Works</a>
pages.</li>
+<li>Answers to some common questions are in our <a href="/newbiefaq.html">FAQ</a></li>
+<li>To learn more about &ldquo;The Apache Way&rdquo; of developing software,
see the
+Foundation&rsquo;s <a href="https://apache.org/foundation/how-it-works.html">How
It Works</a> pages.</li>
 </ul>
 
 
diff --git a/content/gettingStarted/index.xml b/content/gettingStarted/index.xml
index fdb1f3d..791eec0 100644
--- a/content/gettingStarted/index.xml
+++ b/content/gettingStarted/index.xml
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
       <pubDate>Mon, 01 Jan 0001 00:00:00 +0000</pubDate>
       
       <guid>https://community.apache.org/gettingStarted/101.html</guid>
-      <description>Where do I start? If you have no idea where to start with your engagement
with an Apache project this is the page for you.
-Finding the right project The key to working on projects at Apache (and any open source for
that matter) is to have a personal reason for being involved. You might be trying to solve
a day job issue, you might be looking to learn a new technology or you might simply want to
do something fun in your free time.</description>
+      <description>Where do I start? If you have no idea where to start your engagement
with an Apache project, this is the page for you.
+Finding the right project The key to working on projects at Apache (and on any open source
project, for that matter) is to have a personal reason for being involved. You might be trying
to solve a day job issue, you might be looking to learn a new technology or you might simply
want to do something fun in your free time.</description>
     </item>
     
   </channel>
diff --git a/content/index.xml b/content/index.xml
index 2aea11b..fcf6e44 100644
--- a/content/index.xml
+++ b/content/index.xml
@@ -231,8 +231,8 @@ If you have any question about this, feel free to ask on our dev@community.</des
       <pubDate>Mon, 01 Jan 0001 00:00:00 +0000</pubDate>
       
       <guid>https://community.apache.org/gettingStarted/101.html</guid>
-      <description>Where do I start? If you have no idea where to start with your engagement
with an Apache project this is the page for you.
-Finding the right project The key to working on projects at Apache (and any open source for
that matter) is to have a personal reason for being involved. You might be trying to solve
a day job issue, you might be looking to learn a new technology or you might simply want to
do something fun in your free time.</description>
+      <description>Where do I start? If you have no idea where to start your engagement
with an Apache project, this is the page for you.
+Finding the right project The key to working on projects at Apache (and on any open source
project, for that matter) is to have a personal reason for being involved. You might be trying
to solve a day job issue, you might be looking to learn a new technology or you might simply
want to do something fun in your free time.</description>
     </item>
     
     <item>
diff --git a/content/sitemap.xml b/content/sitemap.xml
index dec501a..efea4f5 100644
--- a/content/sitemap.xml
+++ b/content/sitemap.xml
@@ -139,12 +139,12 @@
   
   <url>
     <loc>https://community.apache.org/gettingStarted/101.html</loc>
-    <lastmod>2020-07-20T20:22:04+02:00</lastmod>
+    <lastmod>2020-12-01T12:54:48+01:00</lastmod>
   </url>
   
   <url>
     <loc>https://community.apache.org/gettingStarted.html</loc>
-    <lastmod>2020-07-20T20:22:04+02:00</lastmod>
+    <lastmod>2020-12-01T12:54:48+01:00</lastmod>
   </url>
   
   <url>


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