I am one of the participants in this particular summer training in DGPLUG. I
fortunately stumbled upon this event and found the whole idea quite
interesting. I'm an engineering student in JIIT University, Noida
Apropos your discussion, I would like to organise some events in my college.
We are in the process of setting up an Open Source Club here in our
university. Our main focus will be on organising
install-fests/open-discussions/workshops/tech-talks/etc.. Although, many
people(including me) have some experience with open source, we lack some
organising skills. One of our main concerns is how to impress students, how
to get them excited by the Open Source world. It would be very helpful if we
can get some inputs from Fedora-India community. Also, what more events can
we organize in order to reach out to masses? Please give some inputs.
Fedora Ambassador-Delhi, India
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"Life is the greatest teacher"
We have the tentative budget approval to organize a FUDCon in India as
part of the foss.in conference in Bangalore. Since last few FUDCon's
have been successfully conducted in Barcamp style, we might follow it if
we have the infrastructure and approval from event organizers. I have
add some preliminary details to
Let me know if you have any questions.
hi all,Ive just joined the freemedia list..Am a student from Manipal instutute of technology, Manipal..just to inform u folks..regards,Ankur
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We have recently migrated to Fedora server & we wish to migrate all our webbased & remote desktop access application (Windows Based) & shared resources on LAN & WAN to Linux Environment from Windows Environment. Can you guide us for the same?
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Hello to all !
I am new to the group i found here, starting with my introduction
. i am a student of MCA course at National Institute of Technology, Calicut
. got into Linux world after i joined this college all our labs works on
linux most of them are fedora boxes.
very recently i got an idea to have a fedora mirror in our campus , I talked
to my Head of Dept and he was in favour of that . i have read about basic
requirements from the readhat site pages and we have enough facilities to
fulfil those ... I need your support to proceed further. please give your
comments regarding that ..
Does anyone has any clue about them?
Someone asked me for them. :)