[fedora-india] Re: [Ambassadors] Open Source program :FOSS

Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay foss.mailinglists at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 15:18:07 UTC 2009

Irrespective of whether the students are 'good' or else, there are
things that worry me.

I see events and associated owners coming up with an unreasonably
small window. That sucks from a logistics viewpoint. In addition, the
local and existing Ambassador was not informed (it appears). Lastly,
what exactly is the objective here? Or, how do we measure the impact
of Fedora presence at this event?

Makes me wonder if we are just shipping media for the heck of it all.
And oh! FOSSkriti is an event at IIT Kanpur.

On 4/1/09, Debayan Banerjee <debayanin at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/4/1 susmit shannigrahi <thinklinux.ssh at gmail.com>:
>> Are you sure you want to frighten newbies? ;)
>> They learn installation on 11th and kernel hack on 13th?
>> Please give this another thought.
> 1) VIT is a pretty good college and standard of students is good.
> 2) There may be a lot of students who actually install Linux because
> kernel hacking is cool. We have students like that at NIT Durgapur.
> just my 2 paise.
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