[2019 November 9] OpenStreetMap Mapathon held at PG centre, Thrissur on Aaron Swartz day.
OpenStreetMap Mapathon conducted on the occasion of Aaron Swartz day.FSUG members Ambady Anand s,Manoj Karingamadathil,Ranjith siji,Subin Siby,Harish Karumuthil,Athul Raj,Rachna RJ,Joseph ND,Ranjith Panikkal,Reon James,Shyam G Krishnan,Adithyan Pk,Akhil Varkey contributed to map district road in Thrissur Dist areas.
[2019 August 24] Debian Packaging Workshop at Vidya Academy of Science and Technology,Thrissur
[2019 July 11] Debian Buster Release Party at St Thomas College, Thrissur
[15/09/2018] OpenStreetMap Mapathon at Vidya Academy of Science and Technology, Thrissur
[August 13] OpenStreetMap Workshop at Nehru Park, Thrissur
[July 22-23] TeX Workshop at Govt. Model Boys School, Thrissur
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[05/07/2017] Debian Stretch Release Party at St.Mary's College, Thrissur
[26/05/2017] GNU/Linux Install Fest at Vailoppilly Hall, Kerala Sahitya Akademi, Thrissur
[02/04/2017] Wikipedia Workshop at Recursive Labs, Punkunnam, Thrissur
[07/03/2017] GnuKhata Workshop at PG Centre, Vadakke Stand, Thrissur
A one day workshop on GNUKhata was organized by Thrissur FSUG with the support from ICFOSS (International Centre for Free and Open Source Software) at PG Centre, Vadakke
Stand, Thrissur on March 07, 2017. GNUKhata is a Free and Open Source alternative to proprietary accounting softwares like Tally. The workshop was guided by Abhijith Balan, a core
developer of GNUKhata. More than 40 people, including IT@School teachers, higher secondary teachers, cost accountancy students, etc. attendended the program.
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