On Mon, Jul 19, 2021 15:09:18 -0000, Abrar Wali wrote:
The intention behind it started as using icfoss to connect to free and
open-source communities with interested developers, groups, and
institutions in the Indian subcontinent. I happened to mention in my
introduction that my campus is part of icfoss and about the draft,
it's basically an introduction to what fedora is and how the community
works since icfoss hasn't heard of fedora. I will send the draft asap.
That sounds very good.
Do we know what platforms etc. ICFOSS do use? What Linux distributions
are they aware of for example?
I think this will have to go both ways. Just like ICFOSS have not heard
of Fedora, few of us have heard of ICFOSS. So it's hard to sort of wrap
our heads around how ICFOSS and Fedora can work together. Here's the
website for those that would like to learn more.
Abrar, as the person that's initiated this, would you be able to give us
a short informal summary of ICFOSS? What sort of events have they done
at your university for example? Tutorials, workshops, install festivals
maybe? What bits from their ideas/plans overlap with the activities in
the Fedora community? Are contributors to other FOSS communities active
in ICFOSS (anything from the kernel to desktop environments like
Gnome/KDE or pretty much any FOSS projects)?
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