Q: What do you do?
A: We promote Open Source technologies within the community, on campus and in education and provide a setting for people interested in Open Source technologies to socialize and meet others with like interests.
Q: No, what do you really do?
A: We have weekly meetings where members hang out and chat about Linux, Open Source technologies, and anything else that interests them. We also sometimes have presentations, free pizza, installfests, Linux LAN parties and other activities. Have more ideas? Join the discussion list and suggest them.
Meetings in Spring 2018: There are currently no meetings planned due to low demand. Please post to the mailing list if you are interested in resuming weekly meetings, so we can reserve a room.
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We are currently looking for a faculty advisor. If you are a faculty member, please come to a meeting.
Fall Meeting on Wednesday, Oct 10 6pmHi everyone, Please join me for a (possibly final) SlugLUG meeting this Wednesday, Oct 10 6-8pm in BE-330. There have not been any weekly meetings the last two quarters but if someone in the group is interested in continuing then this would be a good time to discuss the future of our LUG. In... Read More
Weekly meetings starting next ThursdayHi everyone, For this Winter quarter, SlugLUG is meeting again every Thursday from 6-7pm in BE-330 [*]. We can also extend or move the time slot if necessary. The first meeting with be next week, January 11. We can talk about anything Linux-, Unix- or open source-related, we can provide help... Read More
Last meeting this quarterHi everyone, Tomorrow at 7pm will be the last SlugLUG meeting of this quarter (in BE-330). There will be no meetings during the summer but we will resume weekly meeting in fall. The last meeting is traditionally used to connect our laptops to a big switch and play some multiplayer Linux... Read More
Weekly Meetings starting tomorrowHi everyone, For this Spring quarter, SlugLUG is meeting again every Thursday from 7-9pm in BE-330. We could also change the time slot if necessary. Like always, we can talk about anything Linux or open source-related. Best, Chris PS: I just saw that Ubuntu 18.04 is going to use GNOME by... Read More
Weekly Meetings in Winter 2017Hi everyone, I was able to reserve the room BE-330 for the SlugLUG again. This means that we can have weekly meetings again. For now, the time slot is Thursdays from 7-9pm but we may be able to change that if necessary. Otherwise, the first meeting of the quarter will be next week, Thursday,... Read More
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