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Hello there! I am Amit ([http://echorand.me])
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Hello there! I am Amit Saha. ([http://echorand.me]). I shall summarize my efforts in the Fedora community on this page.
  
'''Current Projects'''
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== Fedora Scientific Spin ==
  
Fedora Scientific Spin (More details to come)
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I am a long-term Linux user and have been into full-time scientific research for the past 3 years now. Everytime I have to do a fresh-install of Linux (not so frequently, ofcourse), I have to download a bunch of tools which I use regularly. For example, gnuplot, xfig, LaTex compilers, numpy, etc.
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How cool would it be to have a Linux distro which already had these installed? Say hello to Fedora-Scientific
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'''Update #1:''' June, 24 - 2011
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I finally started acting on this idea of mine with an email to the rel-eng list [[http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/rel-eng/2011-May/012251.html]].
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After discussions on the mailing list with Bill Nottingham, I proposed a patch to the comps-f16-xml.in file [[http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/?p=comps.git;a=commitdiff;h=ebfe294e32736a3e3386ee9c55ffb7386821b902]].
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I already have the kickstart file ready for this one, which I shall post to the mailing list soon, once I have tested my ISO. It currently stands at 1.1 G.
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== Contact ==
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I would be very glad to receive comments/suggestions on this effort and I would welcome interested people to collaborate on this. Shoot me an email at droidery@gmail.com

Revision as of 18:56, 24 June 2011

Hello there! I am Amit Saha. ([1]). I shall summarize my efforts in the Fedora community on this page.

Fedora Scientific Spin

I am a long-term Linux user and have been into full-time scientific research for the past 3 years now. Everytime I have to do a fresh-install of Linux (not so frequently, ofcourse), I have to download a bunch of tools which I use regularly. For example, gnuplot, xfig, LaTex compilers, numpy, etc.

How cool would it be to have a Linux distro which already had these installed? Say hello to Fedora-Scientific

Update #1: June, 24 - 2011

I finally started acting on this idea of mine with an email to the rel-eng list [[2]].

After discussions on the mailing list with Bill Nottingham, I proposed a patch to the comps-f16-xml.in file [[3]].

I already have the kickstart file ready for this one, which I shall post to the mailing list soon, once I have tested my ISO. It currently stands at 1.1 G.

Contact

I would be very glad to receive comments/suggestions on this effort and I would welcome interested people to collaborate on this. Shoot me an email at droidery@gmail.com