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## Next Meeting
Date : Jan 20th, 2019
Date : Feb 17th, 2019
Time : 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Venue : Museum compound, Thiruvananthapuram
Topics :
1. Follow-up of previous meeting [Planning Session]
2. FInalizing public programme plan.
2. Finalizing public programme plan.
## Meeting Plan
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## Proceedings of Previous Meetings & Events
### February 2019
- [Meeting on 10th](proceedings/2019-02-10.md) [Planning Session]
### January 2019
- [Meeting on 13th](proceedings/2019-01-13.md) [Planning Session]
- [Meeting on 6th](proceedings/2019-01-06.md) [Planning Session]
February 10, 2019
Venue : Museum compound, Thiruvananthapuram
Time : 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
## Participants
- Rakesh
- Dhanesh
- Ashish
## Discussions
These are the main topics discussed in the meeting:
### Creating Website
- There should be an FAQ section for the site, in the spirit of [OpenBSD](https://www.openbsd.org/faq/).
- The data for the above mentioned FAQ will come from the chats we had done in Telegram and also from
the weekly FSUG stalls, so that we can get input from the general public, about what they need help with.
### Online workshops
- An idea for doing online workshops so that all members of the group can participate was put forward.
This was further supported at the group channel on Telegram.
- A test run workshop for 30 mins is to be planned in the coming days.
### Introducing FOSS into schools
- A few of us if not all, can visit schools with questionnaires for the staff.
- The answers to the questionnaires will give us an idea of the current approach of
schools in Computer education. The following are the questions
- What version of Windows are the school computers running? (ex: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10)
- What programs do these machines have? (ex: MS-Office, Tally)
- Are the programs which are used, licensed?
- Is the version of windows used, licensed?
- Do you regularly update windows and the software you run on it?
- Have you ever tried/heard of GNU\Linux?
- Which is the mostly run software at the school/lab? What purpose does it meet?
- Do you face any challenges while using these programs? (ex: typing in math formulas into word docs)
- Are you OK with the FSUG taking Free Software classes?
Prepared by: Ashish @akts