If you want to contribute to Fedora but you haven't skills or experience enough to package or add code/patches, you can contribute with testing. You can set testing repositories for your whole system or just for one or two packages you're interested in. In this articles is explained how: https://fedoramagazine.org/contributing-fedora-testing-packages
If you're into Python developing, you might interested to know how to start debugging Python code in Fedora. In that case, take a look at this article in Fedora Magazine: https://fedoramagazine.org/getting-started-python-debugger
Some of you may know, I left my Dell Latitude laptop in Stuttgart and have been travelling around alternatively using two netbooks, a HP Beatsbox (lent) and a Chromebook (mine). You can read about some of my experiences with them here and here. Unfortunately (or rather fortunately) my work took a leap and started [...]
If you always relied on third party repositories and/or need non-free software to use your laptop, now you can add them directly from Gnome Software. Although, this method uses a Gnome only programme, repositories will be available for all including Dnfdragora and DNF itself (command-line). For more details, please, check the article in Fedora [...]
If you're into coding, chances are you're using Python. If so, here are some nice interactive shells to try. https://fedoramagazine.org/enhance-python-interactive-shell Thanks for reading!