This mail is a reminder for today's meeting for the French speaking community.
2013-03-12 / 21:00 (hour of Paris)
Ce mail est un rappel pour la réunion de la communauté francophone, qui aura lieu ce mardi (12 mars) à 21h00 heure de Paris sur IRC (freenode) #fedora-meeting-1 .
L'ordre du jour est disponible depuis cette page :
N'hésitez pas à le modifier pour rajouter des sujets qui vous semblent intéressants.
Merci de répondre à ce message en cas d'indisponibilité.
I have a little concern, it turns out I havent been able to attend the
meetings because at those times I am working and my network administrator
actively blocks irc or similar communication platforms.
I am interested in attending, is there any alternative or an irc app for
the iphone? (The phone itself is company provided) or any other way around
Thanks in advance
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> FYI, a friendly reminder, the next weekly APAC meeting = Saturday, March
> 16th, 2013 at 04:00 UTC
> Please be prompt and we will address priority issues first in order to
> save time. * We will review our what SWAG for example, such as F18 media
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> :)=======================================Our APAC Team as always fully
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> 04:00 UTC
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> * For any proposed changes to the agenda , then please update.* If you
> are not able to join us, then please update the agenda, in order to show
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we recently had an awesome Fedora 18 Release Party in Napoli (Naples) at
the University "Federico II". The participation was above expectations and
after swag exchange we have filled a classroom with nearly 90 people.
We also wrote down a small contest, a bash script with some errors, to
award people with the appreciated baseball caps and Fedora cups. The talk
was very interesting and the following coffee break led to a pleasant and
See the full report at
More pics are here:
Many thanks to the event owner Francesco Daria (tradis) for the perfect
organisation and to Giuseppe Delvecchio (virus) for his great talk.
I had taken a talk and covered following topics :
Getting started with Qt development
Contribution to Fedora
Introduction to Aeolus project
at *Jamia Millia Islamia College of Enginnering* , Delhi , India on
Saturday, March 9th , 2013.
My talk was one of the several talks under Jamia Dev Days 
The participants were mostly Btech students .
They were familiar with basic programming language practices mostly with
C/C++ and quite a few of them had a prior experiencing of using Linux.
In the first part of my talk I had covered the following topics :
What is Qt
How to start learning Qt
How to approach a GUI application using Qt
In the second part I mostly covered things like
What is Fedora
How to contribute
Where to ask for help and so on
In the last part of my talk I had given them information about :
My contribution to Aeolus project
How they could contribute to Aeolus project .
Thanks to JMI LUG  for their help in organizing this wonderful talk.
 Jamia Millia Islamia University : http://jmi.ac.in/
 JMI LUG : http://www.jmilug.org/cms/
Nitesh Narayan Lal
This message is intended for FAMNA, mostly, but really anyone who is
traveling and in the Boston area is welcome to join us at the event.
We have Gold Sponsorship confirmed and payment can be made via PayPal,
an email with the instructions have been forwarded to me, and I will forward to
whomever can pay the sponsorship fee, credit cards are OK.
We will have an entire Fedora Track on Saturday the 15th. We will
have a classroom on Sunday the 16th.
I will need the following from anyone planning to attend, speak,
present at the event:
1) correct spelling of your name (in addition to your fedora project nickname)
2) title of the presentation/discourse
Jonathan is going to create the schedule.
Whomever plans to assist with the booth needs to contact me so we can
coordinate arrivals and support.
The event facility ( Computer Science center at Harvard ) will be
opened at 8AM for sponsors, and the event starts at 10AM for the
I will be there BEFORE 8AM to gain early access and setup the event
box, banners, balloons, displays, etc.
I was not able to attend the weekly meeting this week, apologies.
Here is a link to the event:
Here is a link to last year's event 2012 report/blog: (keep in mind
it was at a much less prestigious campus and campus
support/cooperation was limited)
I need the event box and banners shipped ASAP!
Here is my address:
Mario Juliano Grande Balletta
20 & 1/2 Argonne Street
Johnston, RI - 02919 USA
Please SPELL everything correctly on the waybill! Take the extra 30
seconds and print!
PLEASE CONTACT ME SO WE CAN COORDINATE EFFORTS! I apologize but I am
having issues with the Fedora Project Wiki, hence the
amount of information being posted here, sorry!
Thank you in advance!
Hello everybody. <this is my first contact with the maillist and I want to
introduce my self. My name is Jiannis Bonatakis from Greece/UTC +2. I have
knowledge of OO programming, bash scripting and I use fedora for ten years.
I am joining the ambassadors to help and contribute into the community that
i love. More specific I am interesting to give support to other new users,
i would like to be involved in packaging process and testing as well.
Finally I do translations for the greek translation team. The time i can
give for all these is dependent from my work. I dont have a stable schedule
so I can be sure for 6 or 7 hours for now.
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Plivo invites you for a off campus recruitment drive on 8th March,
2013 at Kalyani Government Engineering College. Interested candidates
can take a print out of this post and visit the venue (written below).
Position: Dev-Ops Engineer
Salary: 5 - 6 LPA.
Note: Salary and position will not be a constraint for the deserving candidate
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Plivo has been part of Y Combinator (US biggest incubator), and The
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Thanks and Regards,
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