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* AbdulKarim Memon (Student/FOSS promoter) - Email: http://scr.im/techmaniack

We are planning 2011 edition of MiniDebConf India in 4 cities. These events focus on bringing new people upto speed on contributing to debian by bringing existing debian contributers as mentors. Listen, Learn and Practice is our mantra.

An outline of the event structure

  • day 1 - introduction to debian and one special interest group
  • day 2 - hands on packaging workshop
  • day 3 - package softwares in the chosen area of focus

Schedule

  • Pune, Maharashtra - August 13, 14, 15, Vishwakarma Institute of Technology (VIT), Bibwewadi

  • Ahmedabad, Gujarat - (open)
  • Mangalore, Karnataka - October 22,23 - NMAM Institute of Technology
  • Kuttippuram, Kerala - April 23, 24, MES College of Engineering. Participants List!

If you would like to help in making this event possible, give your name and contact details below under any team of your liking.

Publicity Team

Use all available channels including social networks and campus connections to promote the event. Designing banners, posters, stcikers etc.

Sponsorship Team

Organising Team

Run around and get things done.

Kuttippuram, Kerala

Pune, Maharashtra

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

  • Arnav Sonara - Email: sonara dot arnav @ gmail dot com

Mangalore, Karnataka

Karnataka, Bengalooru

Infrastructure Team

Make sure computers with access to a debian archive over a network is available to all participants. We will have to try distributed adhoc wifi pools to scale up, since any labs cannot accommodate a large turn out.

Web Team

Website design, registration, news updates, schedule etc.

Members

* ?AbdulKarim Memon (Student/FOSS promoter) - Email: http://scr.im/techmaniack