I am not in India during the event but if anyone else wants to
coordinate and present talks, now would be a good time to get started
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [PLUG] Gnunify CFP is now open
Date: Sun, 1 Jan 2012 22:17:08 -0800
Reply-To: Pune GNU/Linux Users Group Mailing List <plug-mail(a)plug.org.in>
The CFP for GNUnify 2012 is now open. Please visit the Gnunify website to
know more. http://www.gnunify.in
Pune GNU/Linux Users Group Mailing List
Just a heads up. I had submitted the expense report for all domestic
travel and have received the amount in my account in the start of this
month. However I am not in India now and online banking requires otp
(one time password) which I can't receive in my mobile. I will work out
a alternative and transfer the cash to everyone in a couple of days.
International travellers will be reimbursed by Harish Pillay directly.
Thanks for your patience and feel free to drop me a mail if you have any
this is a shameless advertisement. apologies for that.
i'm planning to build a commercial grade linux (fedora, gnome) distribution for an embedded target. and looking for experts who can take up this work. people with non-fedora (ex. ubuntu) experience are also welcome. this will be a paid job and open for employment/contract. we're a small team based in bangalore, would prefer people in and around.
please let me know if somebody is interested.
I was planning to hold a classroom session on Puppet for beginners on
#fedora-classroom on Thursday, 26 January at 1730 UTC.
You can use following to get the local time on your machine.
$ date -d '2011-12-12 1730 UTC'
Target audience: Beginners interested in basics of system
administration and automation.
Hope we'll have fun and learn stuff :)
On Fri, 2011-12-09 at 19:35 +0530, Ankur Sinha wrote:
> I intend to hold a classroom session on VIM on Tuesday, December 12 at
> 2000 UTC. Please mark your calendars. :)
Tuesday is December 13th! Sorry! The session is on Tuesday, December
13th at 2000 UTC on #fedora-classroom on Freenode.
date -d '2011-12-13 2000 UTC'