I am one of the participants in this particular summer training in DGPLUG. I fortunately stumbled upon this event and found the whole idea quite interesting. I'm an engineering student in JIIT University, Noida (Delhi-NCR).<br>
Apropos your discussion, I would like to organise some events in my college. We are in the process of setting up an Open Source Club here in our university. Our main focus will be on organising install-fests/open-discussions/workshops/tech-talks/etc.. Although, many people(including me) have some experience with open source, we lack some organising skills. One of our main concerns is how to impress students, how to get them excited by the Open Source world. It would be very helpful if we can get some inputs from Fedora-India community. Also, what more events can we organize in order to reach out to masses? Please give some inputs. thanks!<br clear="all">
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