We've moved to Meetup.com
We are phasing out managing GSGI using the repo here. Future events will be managed on
Meetup.com. Content from past sessions will be available here.
The GolangIndia StudyGroup
A StudyGroup is a web-conference session where Gophers (members of the Go community) can discuss, learn and present content. The aim of the web-based session is to allow pan-geographic participation, while also allowing for more cohesive discussions around the presented content.
With the aim of wider participation from members in India, the StudyGroup's schedule specifically caters to timeslots chosen on IST. However, all sessions of the StudyGroup are open to participation by anyone worldwide.
The language for communication will be English.
Session videos from the GolangIndia StudyGroup are available here.
Code of Conduct
All participants MUST adhere to the Go Community Code of Conduct.
Additionally, the GolangIndia StudyGroup requires participants to adhere to StudyGroup Rules & Guidelines.
The default schedule for the StudyGroup is 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 20:30 IST
If there is any deviation for an upcoming session from what's mentioned above, that info will be prominently indicated in the StudyGroup Session details at the top of this page.
The Proposals page has details on the formats in which you can propose a study session and how you should go about submitting one.
Request for Proposals
If you are interested in learning about something in Golang, you can also submit a Request for Proposal (RFP). This helps identify areas where the community as a whole would like to learn about specific topics. This makes it easy for other individuals who have expertise in the topic to submit a proposal that might address this need.
The Proposals page also has information on how to submit RFPs.
Volunteering & Sponsorship
If you'd like to volunteer or engage with existing volunteers who run StudyGroup-India on any aspect that generally concerns the StudyGroup,
On Meetup.com, we are called Go Study Group India (GSGI). GSGI is now part of Go Developer Network (GDN)
Questions, Feedback & Suggestions
Please consider submitting an issue using the template
Questions, Feedback & Suggestions, if you've any questsions, feedback or suggestions.
You can find an official list of maintainers in the MAINTAINERS file, in case you wish to tag them in your communication. Please ensure that all your communication in this regard stays within the StudyGroup issue.
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#gostudygroup (North America)