[Indianlc] Re: Linuxchix in Bangalore
gargankita at 7WhE0NeN5WLm4neEBnDM052_EncMkO08G7Wp2DyTfVsUGUpB1dK0UMGtkm7fsYskOBLKKTQ_yNE0QqA.yahoo.invalid
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On Dec 22, 2007 3:24 AM, poornima.v.bharadwaj
<poorni_bharadwaj at UABqL3qoxKyIkwKmhERzTfiUvJM18plRi7il4h0ACmx34nNlFdRdNBQP199HlmWsqxKMWOqR-JO8DUpTI31yzkVCLsvgXA.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> Hi there!
> I am from MSRIT. Our college mandates the use of Linux OS for labs
> from 3rd year(that is when students are introduced to Unix according
> to syllabus).
> Our college has a linux users' group called VRLINUG. The group keeps
> in contact regularly via the active mailing list. VRLINUG has also
> been successfully conducting a technical conference called mukthi (
> www.mukthi.vrlinug.org ) with people like Atul Chitnis, Andrew Cowie
> and others as key speakers! The goal of this event is to inspire and
> support innovation, advocate the use of free and open source software
> and encourage contributions to the community in all forms.
> However, more seminars and workshops could be conducted and thereby
> bring in awareness.. :)
Nice to hear from you :) Yeah, MSRIT is doing a good job as far as the
conf goes. I was there as speaker this yr. So, what activities does
the VRLINUG group conduct, besides the conference? Do you guys do some
projects other than the university mandated ones? Just curious :) As
far as the seminar goes...I guess if you could tell us what it is that
you are looking for, then we could arrange something...what say?
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