👋 Hey there!
Node.js is currently looking for more help with our Build and LTS groups!
If you've got experience with DevOps, CI/CD, systems, and more we'd ❤️ to have your help with the Build Working Group! If you'd like to just jump in and start helping, that's totally welcome. I'd also be happy to do an intro to the team if you're interested but aren't sure where to jump in 🙌
Here's the link for the Build WG: github.com/nodejs/build
We're also looking to continue adding interested individuals to the team that maintains the LTS (Long Term Support) release lines and ships releases. This work is largely maintained by just a couple individuals, and we'd really like to change that – it's some of the most important work in Node.js. Again, f you'd like to just jump in and start helping, that's totally welcome. I'd also be happy to do an intro to the team if you're interested but aren't sure where to jump in 🙌
Here's the lean to the Release WG, which maintains the LTS release lines:
Hello, Tierney! I was wondering what kind of experience level you're looking for. I have ~5 years of development under my belt, and do immensely enjoy maintaining servers (nothing fancy like Docker yet). Can I help?
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