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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
a day job issue or learn a new technology, or
simply want to do something fun in your free time. We don't care what your
motivation is we just care about you wanting to get involved.
motivation is; we just care about you wanting to get involved.

If you don't have a specific technical issue to solve you might be willing to
work on any project. Our [projects page][1] provides a useful index which
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
allows you to view projects alphabetically, by category or by coding language. When you view a project's detail page in this list you will find information about their
mailing lists, issue tracker and other resources.

You might also like to view our
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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's issue/bug tracker is your
friend (you can find a link to it from the project's home page or from its entry on the
projects page linked above).
friend. You can find a link to it from the project's home page or from its entry on the
projects page linked above.

In the project'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
you are looking for a beginner-level issue, try searching JIRA for issues
with the label "GSoC" or "mentor"; 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

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