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Current Ideas for ACM projects:

  • A knowledge base that is created by CPSC students for CPSC students to reference.
  • Use the unused racks to create one or two clusters.
  • Use the clusters for research project computations.
  • Host virtual machines of different Linux distros.
  • Host a server for Security classes that students can practice the concepts they learn.
  • Gain experience in areas that we do not learn about in courses but it could be useful elsewhere.
  • The CS website needs to be revamped.
Any comments and / or ideas are welcomed.