Promote the combination of university faculty research and openKylin community technology innovation to lead the way in innovation for the next generation of operating systems.
Accelerate the integration of openKylin root technology knowledge points by university teachers to innovate in teaching methods, teaching courseware and teaching experiments.
Optimise the way universities train their talents, through open source OS root technology learning, open source practical task challenges, and cultivate excellent talents in the field of operating systems.
Accelerate university talent to embrace open source, innovate around independent operating system root technologies, and proactively contribute to the open source root community to jointly enhance the competitiveness of the software industry.
Enterprises and universities jointly create a series of open source and operating system courses for students to learn
Universities can apply for expert support from enterprises to enter the campus for technical salon lectures
College teachers guide students to sign up for developer competitions to enhance their practical abilities
College students can participate in community open-source practices, such as version testing and daily practice tasks
College students can apply to participate in the openKylin summer internship program and talent development program
University teachers and outstanding students can be invited to participate in technology summits to jointly explore technological innovation