A Fedora workshop was organised at St. Joseph's College of Engineering
, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India on Friday, June 14, 2013. The
participants were students from the Master of Computer Applications
The forenoon session began with an introduction to Free/Open Source
Software (F/OSS) and Fedora. I explained the various project and
communication guidelines  that students need to follow, and
mentioned the various Fedora sub-projects  that they can contribute
to. System architecture, and compilation concepts were also discussed.
The need to use free and open standards was emphasized. Copyright, and
licensing were briefly addressed.
After lunch, a programming lab session was held to see how students
solve problems. Their code was reviewed, and suggestions for
improvement were given. Klavaro  was shown to students to learn
touch typing. I also gave an overview of GCC using the "Introduction
to GCC"  presentation. The concept of using revision control
systems was illustrated. A demo of Fedora 18 (x86_64) was shown, and
the same was installed on the lab desktops.
Thanks to Prof. Parvathavarthini Mam for working with me in organizing
this workshop. Thanks also to Prof. Shirley for managing the
Few photos taken during the trip are available in my /gallery .
 St. Joseph's College of Engineering, Chennai, India. http://stjosephs.ac.in/
 Fedora sub-projects. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Projects
 Klavaro. http://klavaro.sourceforge.net/en/
 Introduction to GCC.
 Photos. http://www.shakthimaan.com/Mambo/gallery/album93