1. Formal, officially signed document for collaboration between
project and the Institution. Sure, they can work without it too. But,
this will give an Institution (a larger group) attention, and brand
value that they can show-case.
I meant, MoU stands for memorandum of understanding. So, what
collaboration they are looking for? E.g, are they looking for
internship/project in fedora where students can participate? Or are
they going to adopt some curricula to be supported by fedora people?
There must be some definitive goal to be achieved out of it.
I don't know if I could express what I want to say. :)
Sent from Calcutta, WB, India