> On Sunday, 21 February 2016 11:57 PM, Aditya Patawari wrote:
> I have an update from Rootconf organizers. The regular charge for the
> booth is 75,000 INR. This is way beyond our budget. I can try and
> bargain for somewhat lower prices but still might not be able to
> squeeze it within the budget. Can anyone from Red Hat Bangalore team
> try and see if they are sponsoring the event and may allow us to show
> off some of Fedora stuff?
> I would attend the event but won't be needing any sponsorship. Anyone
> else who needs travel sponsorship should apply for the same asap
Thank you so much for an update, I'll check about it.
-P J P
After a successful fast track learning of Python3, it's time to utilize
your knowledge to something useful.
Python Pune is hosting a DevSprint on 20th Feb, 2016 at Red Hat, Pune
Agenda: learn and help other's to contribute to upstream python project.
Who can participate:
- If you know basics of python programming language, git and shell
commands, you are welcome to attend.
- You must have a laptop having Linux distribution installed in it.
How one can participate:
- As a attendee:
- Find a python project in which you are willing to contribute and find
some bugs to work during DevSprint.
- If you didn't find any project, come to the meetup, mentor will help you
to find something for you.
- As a Mentor:
- If you are a contributor to any python project, willing to add the
project in DevSprint and help others to contribute to your project
- Feel free to comment on the event page with the project name,
Description about the project, Bug tracker and project url, mentor email-id
- Sayan Chowdhury
- Kushal Das
- Chandan Kumar
- Girish Joshi
- Dhriti Shikhar
Time: 10:30 A.M. to 04:30 P.M.
Venue: Red Hat India Private Limited
Tower X, Level-1, Magarpatta Inner Circle, Magarpatta City, Hadapsar, ,
How to Register?
- Do RSVP on http://www.meetup.com/PythonPune/events/228519369/
Note: RSVP will start on 15th Feb, 2016 at 10:00 A.M. (Sits are limited.)
> On Friday, 12 February 2016 3:48 AM, Robert Scheck wrote:
> Good evening,
> just for those who haven't noticed it so far, our long time contributor and
> ambassador Joerg Simon is nominated for NullCon BlackShield Award 2016, see
> (and please vote for him) here:
> This nomination happens to individuals whose contributions and efforts are
> positively impacting the world of IT security. Joerg himself is driving the
> Fedora Security spin with passion for some years now and thus it feels to
> me, that Fedora, ambassadors and IT security are an awesome mix and allow
> interesting collaborative results - given he is usually teaching Fedora and
> IT security at the same time.
> I would expect a possible BlackShield Award could increase the interest in
> Fedora and the security spin, so don't forget to vote for our fellow... ;-)
> ambassadors mailing list