Re: [plug] [Linux Seminar - What topics do the public need?]
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> > Hi Everyone,
> > I am planning to invite people from IT industry and academe to > > deliver (but not limited to) open-source topics. As of the moment, > > I am looking at Apache, Postfix, BIND and Linux OS (specifically > > CentOS and Ubuntu). But I also want to solicit the org's feedback > > based on the experiences of the members. (Unfortunately, we do not > > develop OS-based applications).
> > The short-term plan is to do this once or twice very quarter. The > > seminar, in some topics, will include hands-on exercises; sharing > > of experiences with open-source solutions. The trainers will be > > company's Linux practitioners. Also, the number of participants > > are limited per session due to the limitation of training rooms. > > Finally, there's no long-term plan to charge the attendees.
> > The whole project is still on definition stage and I have yet to > > get the approval of the company to use its resources. But I want > > to hear the feedback/suggestions of the org as early as now.
> > Also, if you are part of the academe and you think your students > > can benefit from this, let me know as well.
> > -- > > Regards, > > Maenard > > --------------------- > > "Ability is what you're capable of doing... Motivation determines > > what you do... Attitude determines how well you do it."
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