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  • Welcome to RCOS Summer 2011Mukkai S Krishnamoorthy (aka Moorthy)
  • Information● Join our Google group : http://groups.google. com/group/rcos-at-rensselaer?hl=en (An invitation is sent out a week ago. If you did not receive it please let us know)● Visit our website: http://rcos.rpi.edu● Visit our chatroom: #rcos on irc.freenode.net . There are almost always 5 or so folks in the channel.● We meet every Friday in Lally 104 at 12:00 pm during the semester. Please try to attend all meeting and share your knowledge● Please do not use laptops during RCOS meetings!
  • First Tasks● Create a blog, a wiki and code repository for your project● Start to prepare your first talk - an introduction to your project and schedule of work● Read, understand, sign, and return the RCOS Conditions of Membership document
  • Other Information● We have recently been given laboratory space in Lally 102 ○ Please share this space with others (be co-operative) ○ Our office hours are on Tuesday 2-4:00 pm in AE 127● We need peer mentors. Please volunteer if you have worked in RCOS for at least 3 semesters.● Share your knowledge freely. This is how you gain reputation and fame!● Please make a detailed schedule of your project (what you are going to accomplish - both goals and tasks).● If you are working in groups, please meet with your group members and make sure everyone is involved.
  • Final Remarks● Push your code sooner than later. Blog every week.● Good luck with your work. Your hard work is the reason for the success of RCOS!● See you all next week and remember, I read your blogs!