India's Upcoming Free Software, Free Society Conference

Free software advocates and IT delegates from around the world will be in Kerala, India, this week in the hopes of building free software collaborations for the future.
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how exactly

Anonymous's picture

will this be a more productive experience than a month of strong participation in, say, the ubuntu-user or debian-user maillist?

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Anonymous's picture

Excellent Article. Its a great help for people who are in the field of computing. By the way I am being a part of a cloud computing conference, which is being hosted online at present by http://cloudslam10.com

Linux: Private teacher in Keral Kottakkal

Sris's picture

I am visiting Arya Vaidyasala in first week of July 2009 for a month, while I am there I want to learn Linux OS, PHP and MySQL.
Can someone recommend a private tutor who can visit please

Missed the Meeting

Sunil Kumar G's picture

I really missed the meeting.. Though the meeting was conducted in the same building where I am working (Park Centre, Technopark, kerala)...But I was lucky to see all the participants; and I was wating to know more about the this meeting. At last I found it here !!!!

Thanks

Kerala = great Holiday Destination

Marco M.'s picture

If somebody is attending this conference ... take some more days off, as the State of Kerala is one of the real stunning holiday-destinations in India. Stood some days in Cochin and I REALLY liked it there.

Re: Kerala

Bob Alpen's picture

Marco - I have to agree. It takes a little bit, until you get used to eat with your fingers (in the street restaurants) 8-)

Fingers?

FN's picture

Well, the issue isn't really about eating with one's "fingers" (or, hands, as we would call it here). It's just about getting attuned to a new culture. Which is different from what one expects "back home".

About the food you ingest... if you ask a spoon and fork, they'll give it to you!

Hello MarcoThanks for the

karim nurudeen's picture

Hello Marco
Thanks for the information you have given in the website that one can eat with the finger in the street in which l also want to eat with my fingers in the street.However l will like you to put me through,teach and send me the software that l can use in hacking password from all emails address.
2. l will like also if you can send me soft ware that hack credit cards with full information .
l wait all information from you in due time.
l will be glad if you can help me through
Thank you
Karim Nurudeen

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