[ubuntu-my] How to develop a Linux Special Interest Group(SIG) in a Univ
umarzuki at gmail.com
Tue Dec 8 11:37:08 GMT 2009
2009/12/8 de zull <dezull at gmail.com>
> Thanks for the tips. That is a good magazine. I think I should provide more
> details on our community. Actually we don't even have any sort of official
> linux community in our campus, although a lot of my friends are faithful
> linux users. We share knowledge about linux and open source, but
> unfortunately only among us. That is why we want to create SIG to invite
> other students to use linux and foss. I think a weekly meeting would be
> great, but what topics should we focus on? I mean, should we provide
> tutorials on everything? or is there better ways to make them self-motivated
> to explore themselves, with our guides?
It'd be cool *if* you asked them directly. Maybe you and your buddies can
spread flyers to student's hostel/college.
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