This is a special event with PyDelhi (https://pydelhi.org/) + PyData (https://github.com/pydatadelhi) + ILUG-D (https://twitter.com/ilugdelhi) + Linux Chix (https://twitter.com/indichix0) combined unconference.
TOPIC: Open Source and it's usage in these groups.
If you wish to propose a talk on this topic please suggest a topic on telegram or on the mailing list of one of these groups.
11:00 - 12:00 Linux Security using Kerberos by Vipin Rathi
12:00 - 1:00 Parts involved in networking By Manpreet S Nehra (https://github.com/ILUG-D/talks/issues/4)
1:00 - 2:00 Intro to deep learning with Keras (https://github.com/pydatadelhi/talks/issues/10).
2:00 - 2:30 Snacks
2:30 - 3:00 Anthropology of FOSS in India
About the talk on Anthropology of FOSS in India
Jasmine Folz is an American/Canadian citizen doing her PhD in Anthropology at the University of Manchester (UK) on the subject of FOSS in India. She is hosted as a Visiting Researcher at the AU-KBC Research Centre in Chennai for her field work for one year, March 2016 to Feb 2017.
Some more info on her is available at Jasmine Folz (http://jfolz.org/)
As a part of her fieldwork, Jasmine has been travelling to different parts of India to meet persons who have been leading/promoting FOSS in India in various ways.
She plans to be in Delhi December 12-19 and would give a short talk about my PhD research, solicit volunteers for my project and meet up with FOSS folks for interviews.
3:00- 4:00 Panel Discussion where people from each open source group(ILUG-D, PyDataDelhi, PyDelhi, Sympy, Pandas, Scipy, Mozilla Linux, OpenStack, Open Daylight, ...) present in the event will be invited to speak about::
- Nature of their group
- What drives the group.
- How do they interact/fit in with other open groups around them.
4:00- 7:00 - The UN-Conference goes on till 7 in the evening, feel free to drop in and just "interact" with others.
For all those who have already volunteered and would like to volunteer to make this local user group bigger and stronger should stay back.
1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happen every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this, you can catchup with us next time.
2. This event is completely free, and volunteer driven, please feel free to contribute.