Difference between revisions of "Evangelism"

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* We provide useful services for societies with sys-admin capable members
 
* We provide useful services for societies with sys-admin capable members
 
* We gather a community of local system administrators
 
* We gather a community of local system administrators
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* We have hardware such as the Cisco kit, the Suns, the Intel Xeon box and the rack, which students will not have access to elsewhere.

Revision as of 14:27, 11 May 2007

I think tardis rocks because:

  • We can provide a safe (Xen) introduction to new sys admins
  • We provide a realistic environment for system administration with large numbers of users and large volumes of data
  • We provide a realistic environment for learning and experimenting with real-world network technologies
  • Skills users and admins can gain are not generally taught in Informatics courses, since they're somewhat more practical/vocational than theoretical
  • We provide useful services for students (though people might potentially think it's wrong if these are provided long-term?)
  • We provide useful services for societies with sys-admin capable members
  • We gather a community of local system administrators
  • We have hardware such as the Cisco kit, the Suns, the Intel Xeon box and the rack, which students will not have access to elsewhere.