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Currently the institution i am studying is predominantly using proprietary softwares, I am trying to change it.I have Introduced them  drupal(cms), i hope they will shortly switch their iis webserver to apache webserver.
 
Currently the institution i am studying is predominantly using proprietary softwares, I am trying to change it.I have Introduced them  drupal(cms), i hope they will shortly switch their iis webserver to apache webserver.
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Feb 16,2009: On that date i am going to give a  demo/talk on Gnu/Linux in Valluvar arangam Mepco schlenk Engineering College.(time 4.45 pm)
  
 
My future plans include removing the proprietary operating system which is being used in library computers and installing Gnu/Linux there, so that students will get a taste of FOSS.  
 
My future plans include removing the proprietary operating system which is being used in library computers and installing Gnu/Linux there, so that students will get a taste of FOSS.  
  
 
I will contribute to the community soon :)
 
I will contribute to the community soon :)

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I am a student of Mepco Schlenk Engineering College. And I am fedora!

I blog @ http://arun-sag.blogspot.com/

People in and around Mepco, Tisaiyanvillai can contact me by mail for fedora 9 , fedora 10 with full repositories.If you/your educational institution needs some expertise/knowledge base on Linux/fedora, i can help you.contact me: sagarun[at]gmail[dot][com]

My work: Currently the institution i am studying is predominantly using proprietary softwares, I am trying to change it.I have Introduced them drupal(cms), i hope they will shortly switch their iis webserver to apache webserver.

Feb 16,2009: On that date i am going to give a demo/talk on Gnu/Linux in Valluvar arangam Mepco schlenk Engineering College.(time 4.45 pm)

My future plans include removing the proprietary operating system which is being used in library computers and installing Gnu/Linux there, so that students will get a taste of FOSS.

I will contribute to the community soon :)