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Hello all, This is a reminder that the “Writing Wikidata queries” workshop is coming up! It will take place this Sunday, June 21st at 9 am IST on the Zoom platform: https://wikimedia.zoom.us/j/99498586419 More details of the workshop are here: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/SWT_Indic_Workshop_Series_2020/Workshops#Writing_Wikidata_queries Remember to bring a computer with you as hands-on activities will be a part of this workshop. We look forward to your participation! :) Cheers, SWT Indic Workshop Series Team
Following are the important points discussed today about ‘ed’ history about ed how to invoke ed why ‘ed’ is a line editor details about command mode details about input mode line numbers in ed how to add content to ‘ed’ current buffer how to display whole buffer print specific line or lines using line addresses deleting and changing lines saving current buffer to filesystem opening files in ed using regular expression instead of line address in ed forward searching reverse searching global searching intro to Basic Regular Expressions (BRE) Links shared in the talk ‘ed’ FreeBSD Man Page https://man7.
As this talk was postponed due to lack of time in the last ILUGC monthly meet. ILUGC will be conducting this talk again. Topic: Ed - The Text Editor Description: One of the legendary text editors which is still available in every Unix like Operating System. In this talk we will go through how to do simple text editing with ‘ed’ text editor. Duration: 30 minutes Speaker: Mohan R About Speaker: Just another FOSS Enthusiast.
Announcing call for speakers for Emacs APAC (Asia Pacific) virtual meetup on #emacs (irc.freenode.net) and Jitsi scheduled for Saturday, June 27, 2020 (1400-1500 IST). If you would like to give a demo or talk (maximum 20 minutes) on GNU Emacs or any variant, please contact Sakthi Kannan (“mbuf”) on Freenode (reachable in #ilugc channel) with your talk details: Topic Description Duration About Yourself The Jitsi URL for the session will be announced 30 minutes prior to the session on #emacs.
Here is the summary of what happened at today’s ILUGC meet. Emacs ‘org-mode’ Around 15:00 IST, shrini started his talk about how to organize tasks using emacs ‘org-mode’. His recent introduction with emacs and how he false started to learn emacs several times using spacemacs, doom etc. He talked about how he finally found the ‘emacs-nox’ package and how he learned to use ‘emacs -nw’ to use emacs in the terminal.
Hackerspace chennai opens soon? Christoph Müller gave a talk on Hackerspaces. He described hackerspace as a community operated space where people come to make things, learn and meet people. He described a hackerspace in Switzerland called Ruum42. You can view projects made at Ruum42 at https://ruum42.ch/projekte. At Ruum42, people also conduct weekly Linux install fests called Linuxtreff which is open to all. He shared his opinion that when building a hackerspace the emphasis should not be on making a lot of rules but on building a community around it.
We had a great meeting yesterday with 31 participants. Arvind from elastic.co explored the following The history of ELK stack About Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana, Beats etc How Elasticsearch works and indexes Live Demo on ELK stack A quiz on the concepts explored Prizes for the winners and goodies for all. Good Q&A Session Thanks Arvind for the nice talk. Here are some Pics. https://www.flickr.com/photos/ilugc/albums/72157671061150837
The next monthly meet is scheduled on Saturday, May 12th 2018 at 1600 IST. Venue: Classroom No 1, Aerospace Engineering, Near Gajendra Circle, IIT Madras. Link for the Map: http://bit.ly/iitm-aero Talk schedule for the meet Talk 1: Encryption using openSSH Speaker : Nandagopal Devaraj(nandadevaraj91@xxxxxxxxx) Description : OpenSSH OpenSSL Symmetric and Asymmetric encryption We using all these protocols everyday for Secure connections and data protection. A brief discussion about this protocols and working principals.
The next monthly meet is scheduled on Saturday, April 21th 2018 at 1600 IST. Venue: Classroom No 1, Aerospace Engineering, Near Gajendra Circle, IIT Madras. Link for the Map: http://bit.ly/iitm-aero Talk schedule for the meet Talk 1: iproute2 Speaker: Mohan.R Description: Linux networking swiss army knife Duration: 30 mins About Speaker: Just another linux user Talk 2: Android is my distro - Termux Speaker: Ajay K. Description: Linux has done very well on the server, supercomputers, and now mobile, but it never got very far on the desktop.