[Haifux] Intro to Linux

Amichai Rotman amichai at iglu.org.il
Mon Nov 12 10:06:44 MSK 2007

Hey Again,


I am still not sure how many people will turn up, but I was told there is a
lot of interest in the subject. I am guessing 15-39 people but I will know
for sure after the firs meeting where I am planning to introduce the series.

Most of the attendees are technical reps at the support dept., new to Linux.

Is it OK if I pluck the New to Linux lectures from the Haifux site?

My current plan:

Introduce the subject and get a general idea of how many will turn up and
what the lectures will cover - as per the general interest.

Then create a series accordingly - mainly around the Intro to Linux outline.

Any input will be welcome!

On 11/11/07, guy keren <choo at actcom.co.il> wrote:

> Amichai Rotman wrote:
> > Hi All,
> >
> > I want to start a kind of a LUG at my workplace, a 60-120 minutes
> > lecture every two weeks for the workers only (an internal LUG).
> how many people are expected to be in each such meeting? 5 people or 20
> people may use a different approach (and probably - if you have fewer
> people, you need less time).
> > I was asked to provide a road map / syllabus for the lectures. I tried
> > to explain it isn't a standard course. More like a bi-weekly gathering
> > of people with common interests, but she still wants circulate a message
> > about what's coming.
> >
> > So I need a list of topics to cover the first 4-5 gatherings.
> what's the background of the people coming there? are they completely
> new to linux, or do they already use linux on a daily basis?
> > Is there a ready-made "training plan" I can use out of the box out there
> > (in Hebrew, credits will be given where credits are due, of course!)
> you have the different welcome-to-linux lecture sets hanging in various
> places - _if_ your crowd is completely new to linux.
> if it is not - you'll have to pick up some english material and
> translate it (or - simply assume everyone has a good enough english, and
> use the english material, while talking in hebrew).
> --guy


Amichai Rotman

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