Searching “contributing to open source” throws About 30,100,000 results (0.56 seconds) Now the real question is being an Open Source evangelist, what/how should one proceed when talking about same? I am still from Old school & believe contribution to Open Source comes from inside hence: 1. Telling someone to use Open Source because its virus free… Continue reading Contributing to Open Source
GNU is a recursive acronym for “GNU’s Not Unix!” has turned 30 years. Thanks to Richard Stallman (RMS) for this wonderful initiative along with lot many volunteers . The best part is over 30 years the project has grown to new dimension. We are using it many times in our day to day life without… Continue reading Happy 30th Birthday GNU!!
Few weeks back me & my friend wanted to try out OpenStack on CentOS. We followed all steps but after 3 days of debugging we were still not able to figure out the issue. I am total newbie with the networking part of OpenStack, trying to catch up with it. After hitting head around forums, launchpad… Continue reading Linux Namespaces, CentOS & OpenStack
Almost everyone from community has written in great length & depth about how recent rolling release and MIR announcement has been Canonical`s decision. I am not writing this blog to prove anyone wrong or taking side with anyone. What Canonical has done for community & spreading word of Linux has been incredible. They are an Enterprise and… Continue reading Ubuntu MIR & Rolling release.
Wrote another article on Muktware 5 recipe for a healthy FOSS community!! Let me know what you guys think. 🙂
We had great Openstack Day event in Bangalore, details of event and report can be found here http://www.openstack.org/blog/2012/12/event-report-openstack-day-bangalore-india/
Finally i wrote about my experience meeting folks of Bluelight You can read it http://www.muktware.com/4497/bluelight-powering-auroville-opensource
Last week i participated at SFD conducted by the folks from ilug-chennai and fsf-tn. The event was good and i had chance to interact with lots of college students. There were many booths with students explaining about it like Ubuntu, Mozilla, Mysql others. You can find all details about it in official ilug-c blog here At same time i… Continue reading Software Freedom Day in Chennai and Pondicherry on Sep 22, 2012
Am too late to blog on the same. Pavi along with Praveen organized nice meetup in Hyderabad. The refreshing part about the meetup was presence of 30+ folks 🙂 We had folks from Ubuntu/Wikipedia/Mozilla/Puppet/Openstack were present. Detailed blog post about the event can be found at :– http://telugulinux.blogspot.in/ (In Telegu/use translate software) http://look-pavi.blogspot.in/2012/06/ubuntu-release-event-foss-team-hangout.html (English) Photos: https://plus.google.com/photos/110580559131773472480/albums/5757213753439087057… Continue reading Event report: FOSS meetup in Hyderabad!!
Its been over 3-4 months i been itching to find alternative of Ruby based configuration management tool. I came to know about Salt. Its a configuration management tool written in python, from initial 30 mins of my experience am writing this blog. It took me less than 2 minutes get master/minion running on multiple VM via Virtualbox. From my experience… Continue reading Salt