Can anyone please let me know where the *closed* freemedia form resides?
A code dump will also do for me.
But this is urgent and I need it desperately.
On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 12:01 PM, Dhaval Giani <dhaval(a)thegianis.in> wrote:
> ankur sinha wrote:
>> On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 10:23 AM, Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay <
>> foss.mailinglists(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 10:14 AM, susmit shannigrahi
>>> <thinklinux.ssh(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Ah, once the free media trac is done, I forgot to update, that I have
>>>> asked for the hosting of that, we can have a trac for ambassadors. We
>>>> were discussinbg this a few days earlier. :)
>>> *That* is a piece of good news early in the morning.
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>> yes.. i can understand spec files etc.. because i was present at the class
>> Rahul took for packaging.. He instroduced me to the whole packaging side
>> fedora.. Im into font packaging because that is where i began.. still a
>> novice but learning.. When i refer to them as seniors i mean that they
>> us newbies into what to do and how.. theyve had a LOT of patience with
>> the packaging meeting log alone will show you that.. Since the
>> fedora-classroom has been initiated , i dont think rahul etc need to take
>> ones specially for us, the classrooms are great..
>> We've been taught a lot and introduced to a lot of things we would have
>> unaware of otherwise..
>> as for Programming, it cannot be learnt in a day..and it really makes no
>> sense to jump into bugfixing after learning a "hello world !" Im still at
>> 3rd sem and am giving a lot of time to application development for linux..
>> will be trying bug fixing etc in the near future.. I just dont want to go
>> into it till im confident.. It will take time when youre teaching
> generally it is considered extremely rude to respond back on list to an
> offlist email. think about it.
> The regular freemedia and spreading linux does not need to be mentioned
>> @susmit :
>> what do you mean by ambassador trac?? are we going to have to submit our
>> contributions for scrutiny from the community?? please clarify..
>> Fedora-india mailing list
I dont quite understand.. Its discussion at fedora india.. We are all a part
of it..dont think anyones going to judge people or anything on its basis..
My sincerest apologies anyway.. Gmail put it all together so a "reply to
all" sent it to list.. my bad.
I (Debjit) and Aravind (Redhat) had been to the techfest of NMIMS
engineering college here in Mumbai(India) on behalf of Fedora Project.
We conducted two sessions there.
On day one, Arvind demonstrated how easily virtualisation can be
achieved on a Fedora Linux distro using the latest Fedora 10. The
response from the students was overwhelming.
On day two, I (debjit) conducted an installfest right on the campus.
We distributed around 30 Fedora 10 Live CDs and 20 Fedora 10 DVDs and
some Fedora Badges. The Installfest attracted many students and many
laptops were Fedora 10 enabled after the completion of the
installfest. I also demonstrated various features of Fedora 10 to the
Pictures of the event coming up soon. ty.
I know i'm late to ask for this but, i couldn't sign up for the list
of the indian ambassadors to get the F-10 as i was included in the
ambassadors group after you all had completed the process i guess.
Anyways i live in Jaipur and could someone send me the F-10 media ?
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organising OSScamp Pantnagar February 2009 (Jan 31-Feb 1 2009) at the
College of Technology, GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology,
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Join over 250 FOSS enthusiasts - geeks and geeks-to-be at OSScamp
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Akshay Jain <aj(a)akshayjain.org>
Date: Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 8:27 PM
To: susmit shannigrahi <thinklinux.ssh(a)gmail.com>
Thanks for the DVDs. I got both the DVDs.
I was planning to conduct a seminar on Linux (Fedora) in my college.
Unfortunately my college is more into arts and commerce. It is not a
technical/engineering institute (The most of Delhi University is like
this only :() . I myself am from Economics background.
SO, I was wondering if you could probably guide me on how to go about
it? Most of the people will probably not know what is linux in the
first place and therefore, would be curious to find out more.
Can you give me your opinion on this. Also, please let me know if I
can be of any help in coordinating the activities in Delhi.