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Fri 09 December 2011

A Fedora Classroom on VIM.

Posted by ankur in Tech (117 words, approximately a 1 minute read)

I intend to hold a classroom session on VIM on Tuesday, December 13 at 2000 UTC. Please mark your calendars. :)

To convert it into local time, you can run the following command in your terminal:

date -d '2011-12-13 2000 UTC'

The session will be at #fedora-classroom on Freenode. It will …

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Thu 08 December 2011

Fedora Ambassadors' survey

Posted by ankur in Tech (76 words, approximately a 1 minute read)

I've made a small survey I request everyone to fill up. It has 3 questions, of which one asks your name :P

It is intended to collect data on what people have been doing and what difficulties they're facing while carrying out ambassador activities. Once we have the data, we …

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Thu 08 December 2011

This is not a rant.

Posted by ankur in Tech (333 words, approximately a 2 minute read)

Hello all,

I hope you're all doing well. According to this page[1], there are 31 ambassadors in Fedora India.

I'd very gently like to remind all 31 of us of the duties of a Fedora Ambassador[2]:

> Duties and functions > >     organizes the general structure of Ambassadors project; >     distributes resources …

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Sun 04 December 2011

OpenNero packaging

Posted by ankur in Tech (66 words, approximately a 1 minute read)

OpenNero!

A game platform for Artificial Intelligence research and education

I've been taking Stanford's online Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning classes of late. There's a competition to do with OpenNero coming up. It would be awesome to have in the Fedora repositories. If anyone's interested in helping me package this …

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Mon 07 November 2011

FUDCon India Pune: Day 2

Posted by ankur in Tech (639 words, approximately a 3 minute read)

Day 2 was hectic! I had all 4 of my talks scheduled, three of them in sequence without any breaks. Now that I look back at them, there were more people in the audience than I really expected for my sessions.  It was really encouraging to see.

I began with …

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