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For a discussion, let me say that I am available to promote Fedora and to also do some testing of new releases.
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I currently and faithfully install the latest Fedora20 spin from RussianFedora.
  
To promote Fedora in Montreal, I would need to post Fedora advantages on facebook, or the local Linux User group (www.mlug.ca), an invitation to attend the next release.
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What I would like to do is work with a mentor to create a SVN spin.  
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In my environment, I have a spare computer with an empty disk.
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I would like to setup a spin that would create a local svn service
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I would title the system Fedsvn001 or some other fixed name.
  
I can burn a few DVDs for handouts. Ideally, some "PowerPoint" slides about Fedora 18, and some slides comparing Gnome to KDE or XFCE would be three foils.
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Is there an interest?
  
After that, if there are some foils (Powerpoint equivalents) to describe Fedora benefits and some category contents. This means, what the use could find in names, programming, graphics, business, database, etc. -- the categories as posted in add/remove software is a good starting point.
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More about me­
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I write c code for a hobby, and I have two projects.  
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One project is  a data encryption that is 3DES based
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A second project is a system scan to detect changes to critical files.
  
Finally, why choose Fedora and not another distribution such as Ubuntu, Mint or SUSE.
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I would like to put my sources under svn.
 
 
This latter part is a hard sell, as the alternatives are available with full codecs, flash, etc.
 
 
 
Last but not least, a simple how-to.  Start Firefox, email, chat, irc. Dropbox and respond to the interests of the attendees.
 
 
 
Oh yes, I can do all in French or English.  In Canada, with the help of others, I can produce a spin with all legal codecs, flash, etc installed. Having this full system for the home user, will ease the resistance to people to install Fedora.
 

Revision as of 14:19, 20 December 2013

I currently and faithfully install the latest Fedora20 spin from RussianFedora.

What I would like to do is work with a mentor to create a SVN spin. In my environment, I have a spare computer with an empty disk. I would like to setup a spin that would create a local svn service I would title the system Fedsvn001 or some other fixed name.

Is there an interest?

More about me­ I write c code for a hobby, and I have two projects. One project is a data encryption that is 3DES based A second project is a system scan to detect changes to critical files.

I would like to put my sources under svn.