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FSUG Richard Stallman Visit



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Richard.M.Stallman (RMS), the founder of Free Software Foundation, will be in Bangalore from 12th to 14th (tentative) December 2008

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[FSUG-Bangalore] Two day python workshop at RVCE on 14th and 15th of November 2008


renuka prasad to bms-lug, FSUG-Bangalore, rvcelinuxusers.


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Hi all


In association with FSUG-BAngalore , A Two day workshop is arranged for RVCE students and faculties- but looking at BMS students initiatives – i too felt like keeping this workshop open for others too–if any one is getting beenifitted -what else is required?


Venue : RVCE campus

Date :  14th and 15th of November

Timings : Morning 9.00 to evening 5.00 ( both the days )


               Basics of Python  ( hands on session )

               Implementation of OOP concepts using python  ( hands on session )

               An hour session about Web application development with python + postgresql + Zope ( only demo)


Resource Persons : Members  FSUG-Bangalore


Registration Fee   : 200 Rs ( no lunch — providing 4 DVD ( debian ) + 1 CD of material related to the workshop )


Registration fee is toward the payment for Resource persons + certificates + other expenses


Interested people can reply here also or can call me and confirm 9901945674


Maximum No of Participants : 100 ( already 54 have registered -FCFS)


with regards




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FSUG-Bangalore] Hands on Hacking Session



Hi all,

         BMSLUG in association with Department of Information

Science and Engineering, BMSCE has organized a Hands-On

session on How to Hack on Free Software projects. We intend

to cover most of tools that are usually needed for hacking stuff.

And to be make it clear again, its not a boring lecture, but you

learn doing it yourself. Please feel free to join us. There is no

restriction on which department or college you belong to. Spread

the word and any one can join us.


The projects we have selected to Hack On are:

1. GNOME (probably and mostly GNOME-GAMES_

2. KDE (the packages are yet to be decided)

3. GNUSim8085


The idea of this session is really not to get some code on the very

first day. It will not be  fair to expect any one to contribute on the

very first day they are introduced to the tools in the business. We

will take live bugs in these tools, help them fix these bugs live, So

bugs selected will be common for everyone. And if possible we

submit the patches under the name of BMSLUG-Hackathon.


After this we will give some time for people to get to know things

and say after a week or 10 days or so we will have a full fledged

hackathon (probably a day long one) in BMSCE.


Date: 05-11-2008, Wednesday

Venue: ISE Lab, BMSCE (Ground  Floor, CSE+ISE+ECE Block)


Thanks and regards,



Blogs at: http://www.madhusudancs.info

Official Email ID: madhusudan@madhusudancs.info


P.S: This might help people who are interested in knowing where to

start for Google Summer of Code 2009.



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