Indian Linux Users Group, Chennai – Monthly Meet ( December 8 )

ILUGC Monthly Meet ( December 8 )

Indian Linux Users Group, Chennai [ ILUGC ] is spreading awareness on
Free Open Source Software in Chennai since Jan 1998. We meet regularly
on every month second Saturday with technical talks and discussions on
various Free software.

Check our website for further details.

Join our mailing list at

We have our December 2012 Meet.

Check the details below.

ILUGC Monthly Meet (December 8 th):-

Time : Sat December 8, 2012 (3.00 – 5.30 PM)

Venue: Classroom No 3,
Areo Space Engineering,
Near Gajendra Circle,
IIT Madras.

Link for the Map:


Topic : Open source for startups

Duration : 20 minutes

Speaker : Chidambaresan Sakthi
founder & ceo,

chidambasakthi at


Topic: Building ultra large web apps using Rails

Description: How Rails is used on building large websites

Duration: 30 mins

Links to Read:

About Speaker: Karthikeyan A K ( Project Director Webtoday business )  mindaslab at

Topic: How Ortho-One opened its doors to FOSS and GNU/Linux

Description: Ortho-One hospital is a leading orthopedic hospital in Coimbatore. The talk is case-study about how proprietary products and solutions can create a vendor lock-in and how FOSS can help in the situation. We will also discuss about the FOSS tools available in the health-care industry and how it can be deployed in a hospital.

Duration: 30 Minutes

Links to Read:

About Speaker: Kumaran, [ kumaran AT ], is a open source enthusiast & one of the world’s youngest RHCEs.He is a hardcore GNU/Linux fan, who actively promotes FOSS.

Kumaran is the key person in Migrating a hospital in Coimbatore to Free software.


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