I understand this time around is not easy for most of you guys with Google Code-in program on the way so it is okay if you postpone this topic.
Nevertheless, since I feel I can be useful to the Snapcraft project and productive in the same regard, I am looking for someone to guide me for a few months, just enough to get comfortable with the code base and how things are processed.
If you need some information about me, I started contributing to Ubuntu 2 years ago and always landed in smaller and non technical projects. I led the Documentation and Wiki team of Lubuntu for a year and I am now working hard to improve my LoCo and make it active again (technical and non-technical stuff). In the meantime, I decided to learn how to develop software and my first real contact was with Snapcraft and Ubuntu (more active in Kubuntu) Packaging. Moreover, I am taking a software development post-graduation degree and I now feel capable of producing code. Contributing to a project like Snapcraft would help me put most of this knowledge to use and would help scaling and evolving this project that I appreciate.
That said, if someone knowledgeable of this project would be interested in accompanying a fellow contributor, I’d appreciate if you could get in touch with me. My goals for this endeavour are fixing bugs, implementing features, write tests and help developing the concept as much as I can.
Thank you in advance for your attention.