|Location:||Guwahati , India|
Hi, I am Bhagyashree(prefer, Bee). I am involved with the Community Operations(CommOps) team.
I love to crunch numbers and analyse data especially if it's to improve the user experience/gain insights about user behavior. My interests lie at the conjunction of Machine Learning , Natural Language Processing and Social Media Analysis. I am also broadly interested in Information Retrieval and Recommender Systems.To know more about what I do, visit my webpage or better, read my blog.
When I am not finding stories in data, I am daydreaming about food or European cities.
For any questions/feedback/suggestions/just want to talk, ping me !
- E-mail: I rarely check FAS email id( gonna change that for 2016); check out my homepage for the other email id.
- IRC nick : bee2502
- IRC Channels : #fedora-commops, #fedora-outreachy, #fedora-hubs(sometimes)
What I am working on now
- Community Engagement and Impact - oriented metrics
- Fedora Badges
- Updating fedmsg documentation
- NLP related tasks for Fedora Project
- Some Bugs here and there.
- Fedora Ambassador
--Bee2502 (talk) 09:00, 28 February 2016 (UTC) My work on understanding impact of Fedora events got mentioned in Matthew Miller's 5 things in Fedora this week article in Fedora Magazine. ** super excited **
--Bee2502 (talk) 19:56, 21 January 2016 (UTC) Became a part of Fedora Women community ! Fedora Women is a project designed to connect and assist women who are interested in using and contributing to Fedora. If you are a woman and Fedora user or contributor, we would love you to be a part of Fedora Women Community. You can know more on how to join here.
--Bee2502 (talk) 23:59, 21 January 2016 (UTC) Collaborated with Justin Flory on Women in Computing and Fedora article. To get it done within a short duration and especially in time for WiTNY conference was really challenging - but we did it !
--Bee2502 (talk) 19:56, 16 November 2015 (UTC) My first Fedora metrics related post published on Fedora Community Blog! Read about Fedora IRC metrics here. Also, Fedora Community Blog is up and running - Yaay !