Mukti 2012


Just like last year, this year’s Mukti was also filled with fun and frolic. Mukti is the annual FOSS festival organised by the GNU/Linux Users Group of NIT Durgapur. Mukti 2012 was held on 3-5th Februar 2012.There were lots of events like Codecraker, FreeMesh,FreePL etc. Students and Foss enthusiast from in and around Durgapur come to this three day festival.

On the first day, gaurav and I left for Mukti a bit lit along with some other 1st year students. On reaching the we met with rtnpro and after the inauguration ceremony, rtnpro talked to newbies and gave a comparatively small talk on django. In the evening, we went over to the KDE development workshop by Smit Shah, where he enlighted us his experiences in the KDE Community and how to contribute to it.

Next day, rtnpro, aavrug, chandan, and I, along with some guys from NIT DGP discussed on Transifex, mainly on how it works, what is it purpose, how Transifex is written etc. I also wrote some patches during the workshop and pushed it for review, we skipped the Android Development workshop by Ravi Vyas as it was very crowded so we decided to ship it for the hackfest. The following day, we geared up for the Django/Trasifex by Ratnadeep Debnath(rtnpro). He told us about the Transifex, how it started, said about the team, what does it does etc. He also showed the newbie how simple is too start off with contributing by solving bugs, fixing typos etc.

It was a great time, meeting with FOSSy people during Mukti and also met two of my old pals. I really applaud to all those who have put their hard work,labour and time to make this event a huge success and hope that MUKTI 2013 would be even bigger, greater than this year.

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