Workshop about Linux in Dharan, Nepal -- Help! wanted
tushar.neupaney at gmail.com
Fri Jul 11 10:09:21 UTC 2008
We will also have something for that.
Basically we will conduct an "Only For Advanced User" day program at the end
of the workshop.
This day we will have less crowd and more dedicated Linux users.
On 11/07/2008, Ahsan <ahsan.jnl at gmail.com> wrote:
> One question --
> Will there be any presentation about working on FEDORA... and the like...
> or is the workshop mainly focused on raising awareness among people ?
> Please let me know asap.
> Thanks and have a nice time :)
> Md. Ahsanur Rashid,
> Undergraduate Student,
> Level-4, Term-1,
> Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE),
> Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET),
> Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh.
> Tel - (+88) 01715621323
> Web: http://introspection.me.uk/
> 2008/7/11 Tushar Neupaney <tushar.neupaney at gmail.com>:
>> Dear Abhishek,
>> gr8 mail from your side. I have downloaded all your recommended videos.
>> I have the following plan:
>> 1. 2 Hrs of Presentation each day
>> 2. 2 Hrs of Video/Documentary Show
>> 3. 2 Hrs of Hands on Practical
>> 4. 1 Hr of Launch
>> 5. 20 Min Tea Break
>> 6. 40 Min Break
>> The program will start at 10:00 A.M in the morning and end at 6:00 in the
>> And It would be great if you could join us. I hope if it is feasible
>> please also come by with some presentations. I will appreciate that. And can
>> we call someone from neighboring countries too.
>> Abhishek Singh wrote:
>> Dear Tushar,
>> So as I guess, you are organising an orientation programme cum
>> workshop that will make the target audience aware of GNU/Linux and FOSS, and
>> provide them a brief insight of how to use them, isn't it?
>> Can you send a brief detail of how are you structuring the
>> programme? Meanwhile the target of 1000 audience doesn't seem feasible; how
>> can you manage them with just 30 volunteers. You need to prepare a lot.
>> Well, regarding the contents, you can use some of the marketing
>> slides of Fedora which you can find at .... I'll also suggest you to use
>> some of the RedHat Videos like "Truth Happens<http://truthhappens.redhatmagazine.com/>",
>> "We are here <http://www.redhat.com/v/ogg/WeAreHere.ogg>" etc. You can
>> include some materials like "FOSS for Education" (refer to IOSN FOSS
>> Primer <http://www.iosn.net/search?SearchableText=FOSS+Primer> for more
>> such materials), "How can FOSS help to create secure and low cost ICT
>> infrastructures?" (refer to the RedHat's Cost Cutter Video<http://www.redhat.com/promo/streamline/overview/?intcmp=70160000000HURA>for reference). You can also include a Install Fest, which will enable your
>> target audience to get Linux (preferably Fedora) installed on their
>> PC/Laptop. Moreover, providing Live CDs would have been a good option, but
>> the number of audience is a great barrier here.
>> Well after 27th July, I'll be free and would be able to help you more.
>> Keep in touch.
>> Abhishek Singh
>> Tushar Neupaney wrote:
>> Dear ambassadors,
>> I am conducting a three day workshop in BPKIHS, Dharan, this is a medical
>> university and I hope that at least a 1000 people will attend.
>> To make this opportunity an event of a lifetime and utilize it to motive
>> many to use Linux is my prime goal.
>> Can anyone contribute to the materials that are needed to be discussed in
>> the workshop.
>> The things that should not be missed and anything special that can be done
>> economically and easily to motive people.
>> The tentative date of starting is August 20. (Date still flexible)
>> We can support:
>> 1. Hall for workshop.
>> 2. Some computers (Not all can get one! limitation due to the crowd)
>> 3. We also have a small set of volunteers (Count: 30)
>> 4. Other supports are still to come....
>> Hoping to get some support,
>> Best Regards,
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