[CentOS-promo] Dojo in Georgia, USA ?

Thu Jan 16 20:32:22 UTC 2014
Gene Liverman <gliverma at westga.edu>

I was thinking sometime this summer would be good but am open to trying
anything that you all suggest.  As for topics, I would love to see
something that included DevOps kind of things like Puppet and Foreman. We
use Zabbix so that would be of interest to a few of us.   We have lots of
people who are new to Linux so some intro stuff or stuff targeted at
Windows-centric people might be good. How CentOS fits in the Linux
ecosystem is of interest too. Once I see what some other ideas are I can
also pose the topic question to our Computer Science department to see what
they say.  As for who would participate, I have no idea. I would love for
it to be a mix of campus people, University System of Georgia people, and
the general public.

*Gene Liverman*
Systems Administrator
Information Technology Services
University of West Georgia
gliverma at westga.edu

On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 6:48 AM, Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org>wrote:

> Hi everyone
> Gene Liverman from the Information Technology Services at University of
> West Georgia had proposed late last year that we consider a Dojo on at
> their facilities.
> What time of year might be best for this ? And what sort of an agenda
> should we aim for ?
> Gene, what sort of subject matter do you think will have the most impact
> / interest there ? Also, would most of the participants be from on
> campus or around the university ?
> Regards,
> --
> Karanbir Singh, The CentOS Project.
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