We offer different projects to college student as a part of their studies.
They can work for 3-4 month at our place.
Every year 6 to 8 students do their project with us. ( If required it can be
upto 12 student also ).
How to encourage or involve them in to Fedora development projects.
Or who is the right person to contact for this activities.
Presently as we do all admin work for manage service we offer projects only
Clustering configuration and performance testing ( Fail over, LVS, Heart
Thanks waiting for your valuable suggestion.
Redhat Channel Partner and Training Partner
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Nr. Mansi cross Road,
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25, The Emperor, Fatehgunj, Baroda.
Its my pleasure to let you know that finally the media has been shipped.
Each shipment contains one i386 and one x86_64 F10 DVD.
They will reach you in three days time.
I guess i'm late for this but since i was signed/included in the
ambassadors group after the process of sending the F-10 media
concluded so can you guys still send me the media.I live in Jaipur
thanking in anticipation
I have had a pretty busy past week so please forgive me if I am a
little late in reporting these.
On Monday December 8th, 2008 I gave a Fedora presentation at ITT
Technical Institute in Harrisburg PA to 2 different groups of students
throughout the day (the overall total was around 55 or 60). The entire
group consisted of Multi-Media, Programming, Criminal Justice and
Networking students. ITT Technical Institute already is utilizing
Fedora in their Networking curriculum (currently Fedora 8). My
presentation was geared mainly towards how students could build
experience and a work portfolio while going to school by contributing
to Fedora as well as some of the new features of F10 and I also did a
small presentation on the XO and OLPC program.
The presentation was well received in fact I was invited by the IT
Chair to do another presentation in the upcoming Spring semester.
I collected quite a number of email addresses of interested students
that I am currently following up with on becoming possible
This past weekend I held a Fedora F10 Release Party and InstallFest
with the WNYLug (http://wnylug.org). I presented to the group (around
23) about the Fedora Project and how they could join to become
contributors. During the event I created quite a few F10 Live-USB keys
and assisted with new installations of F10 on laptops and desktop that
were brought in by the attendees and any other questions that they had
with existing installations.
Special thanks to the WNYLug (who has only been in existence since Oct
2008) for making this event a huge success and helping out with
burning install media and live-cd's.
Pics from this event will be posted shortly on the WNYlug site
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.
the FAD EMEA 2008 is over and there where much work and also many
pictures taken and Blogentrys written. I talked to Sandro and made
another Section at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FAD/FADEMEA2008 at the
bottom (called "media") where everybody could place known media and
Links to it.
So we can find "later" (next week, month, year) some Impressions of this
Event and can tell others "FAD EMEA 2008 looks like THIS". So please add
your stuff there to complete this page a bit more.
Henrik Heigl - wonderer(a)fedoraproject.org