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i posted a thread to help me on my linux project two dayz ago.(thanx to the 2 guyz that answered me).
recently i learnt about the ibm linux scholar challenge.really good challenge guyz.so i decided to have a go for it.but it seems the challenge is highly competetive.my project have to be really high-fi .. to be selected.then i thought hard about it and wanna become active from nowonwards on linux dev..
i will take help of u guyz,to get my doubts clarified(already doing that in this forum) and wanna get a go for it.thus i acquire 2 benifits..
1. a good knowledge of atleast 1 important area of linux(i love it).
2. my sem project can also be done very easily..
so,i decided to form a group(sort of team) that works along till we develop an application that can help revolutionalise linux a lot.lets not stop even if takes 5 to 10 years(i mean it).
i am not a linux guru... but i have determination and i willl become one.
all(those who love linux ofcourse) are welcome,newbies,novices,gurus.
lets all get together and keep up the spirit....
Interested guyz(gals also) are requested to post their view.
once we discuss about it we can form an active group.