Talk and debate â??What is the Debian Project?â?? with the students of ULBRA Guaiba, RS, Brasil
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Talk and debate “What is the Debian Project?” with the students of ULBRA Guaiba,
The south brazilian local Debian user group http://www.debian-rs.org is
promoting talk and debate “What is the Debian Project?” with the students of
ULBRA Guaiba University http://www.ulbra.br/guaiba and local high schools
invited by the university.
Address: BR 116, 5724 Bairro: Morada da Colina Cep: 92500-000 – Guaíba/RS,
Brasil. Multimedia room 225.
When: august, 24, 2012. 19h to 20h.
The debate topics:
Is not the Debian Project a company? How is it working for the last 19 years?
What is the user profile of the Debian distributions and versions?
How could I get technical support?
How could I collaborate and participate?
The Debian Project makes available many softwares and operational systems
Questions and answers
Follow the updated details at the event page
This event is restricted to students, teachers and guests of ULBRA Guaiba
university and invited high schools
Your RS brazilian institution can also invite the Debian-RS for lectures, talks
and debates about Debian Project and free libre software.
The topics could be modified to the interests of your institution participants.
Contact our group using our discussion list, discussion forum, or activity
mural of http://www.debian-rs.org
Andre Felipe Machado
ZFS part 4: multithreaded sustained random small files synchronous write IOPS
On 07/Sep/2012 13:44 Francesca Ciceri wrote ..
> Hi Andre,
> On Fri, Sep 07, 2012 at 10:49:53AM -0300, Andre Felipe Machado wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Our local debian user group (http://www.debian-rs.org) is actively promoting
> > conducting lectures and debates at educational institutions.
> > We emphasize the debates, trying to reach potential collaborators.
> > Soo we will try to contact other kinds of institutions, for focused talks.
> Well done! These initiatives are really important for the Debian
> > This kind of small focused events are of interest for publishing at DPN and or
> > d.o/events?
> Sure, we'd like to publish events on the specific section of DPN: feel
> free to drop a mail to this list (and cc-ing firstname.lastname@example.org) when you
> want to promote a talk/worshop/debate/whatever. Please note that - as DPN
> is published bi-weekly - the sooner you let us know about the event, the