[volunteers] Fwd: [svlug] Regarding Linux "source code-walk/reading/understanding" type of sessions.
freepalestin at dslextreme.com
Wed Oct 24 12:15:05 PDT 2007
Aniruddha Mulay wrote:
> Srihari Raghavan posted:
>> Sort of a junior-level Linux experience guy here. I was wondering,
>> if there is currently, and if not, is there any interest...in having
>> intensive source code walk-through sessions for Linux kernel.
>> To get an idea of what I am talking about, some thing along the lines of:
>> Of course, everybody can do it on their own, but could be a good
>> idea to have a group, so that there is more encouragement to do this
>> on a periodic basis.
> and Paul Reiber responded:
> | Ani - this would be a good idea for a meeting subject!
> | (SR - Ani's our speaker coordinator - maybe between us all we can find
> | someone knowledgable enough to lead that session?)
> | Thank you both for your ideas, enthusiasm, and support!
> If we are able to arrange something like that then that would benefit
> a lot of folks. The response on the SVLUG general mailing list is
> enthusiastic too.
> However, this is at a much bigger scale than the SVLUG monthly meeting.
> A 2 hour session per month, running over months won't match the intensity
> of a course work like study sessions. Besides there are other challenges
> * finding 1 or more experts willing to provide that kind of time
> * facilities etc.
> It's an ambitious goal.
> Any further ideas / suggestions are welcome.
> (Ani)ruddha Mulay
I suggest a separate meeting perhaps weekly or
bi-weekly. I think once a month is too long
between meetings for consistency. I assert we
need a location that has access to the web -
wifi or ethernet, white board/chalkboard, no
charge for using the facility.
Any ideas? Does someone know of a company or
school that can/will accomodate?
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