Do you want to see your name next time you install GNU/Linux in your
If yes, then go ahead and read ...
We are happy to announce "I Know What You Are Going To Do This Summer
2016", a free (as in freedom), online (IRC-based)  training
sessions for new comers to Free/Libre/Open Source Software at #dgplug on
. This is the 9th year of this training.
If you are a mentor, or trainer, or prospective enthusiast who would
like to participate in this years' sessions please go through last
years' IRC logs:
We will have a review or Q&A session on last years' sessions before we
proceed into new topics, this year.
The session timings are mostly varying, usually after 1800 IST every day.
To participate you need a good internet connection and any latest
Linux installed (Fedora 22/23 preferably ). Anyone can participate.
What we teach?
Through this training we build contributors. Upon completing this training
you will be able to successfully contribute to upstream projects, you will
know the tools used by different upstream projects and yes, we will teach
how to solve real life problem using Python programming language.
Through out the training we organize special sessions from well known
upstream contributors. They share their own stories, and take in-depth
sessions on various subjects.
To know more
 is an interview on opensource.com
came out last year about this
training.  is the talk we had
in PyCon 2014 on the same topic.
How to participate?
If you are interested in participating, please confirm your
participation by filling up this  form.
Home page: http://dgplug.org/
Mailing list group (for queries, discussions) :