[Ambassadors] Re: Student partnership program. Extending fedora mentor program to students.
ankur at ankurs.com
Fri Jun 20 18:45:42 UTC 2008
susmit shannigrahi well i ment i wont be poisting any such thing to this i
and what i feel is that apart from just the Final / Pre - Final year
students other's can also contribute and should be given chance
but the biggest question is how????
On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 11:48 PM, susmit shannigrahi <
thinklinux.ssh at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Wait a minute. This whole idea about "CSE has to control every
> >> computer and IT, EEE, ECE ... just has to toe the line" has to stop.>
> > I never said that. All I want to stress on is that CSE should have been
> > active participant.
> Guys, there is no point in discussing such thing here. These are high
> level details. Lets concentrate on the framework instead.
> Whatever happened in a couple of past workshops should be treated as
> discreet events and as Fedora was not "Officially" involved in any of
> them, (Or I missed?) probably this is not the right place to discuss
> If anyone is concerned with not knowing the details, don't worry, it
> will be updated at the fedora events list.
> >I wont be posting to this topic anymore but only be reading this, feel
> free to contact me on >my mail.
> Ankur Shrivastava, this is a very bad idea to drop the communications
> every time you have a difference with someone. Differences can and
> will occur, but if you think yourself as a member of this community,
> why will that affect your contribution towards the community?
> I think we are deviating from the topic. The main goal of our
> discussion was how to extending this nice project to the students
> Friends, please extend your valuable suggessions _only_ on this topic. :)
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