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Posted 22 January 2013 - 07:00 PM


Intro



/me

's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands

What is a LUG?
https://en.wikipedia...inux_user_group




Reaching out



November 2011: Home alone, hacking away

At work - not successful in getting colleagues interested

Ubuntu NL members map - sending private messages
http://forum.ubuntu-...ction=googlemap

Ubuntu NL forum post
http://forum.ubuntu-...osch/msg782708/

Debian NL mailing list
http://lists.debian....1/msg00006.html

OpenSuse mailing list
http://lists.opensus...1/msg00116.html

Gentoo and CentOS mailing lists (lists seem down)

DukesOfHackers - Hackerspace in Den Bosch
http://forum.ubuntu-...9087/#msg749087




Looking for a meeting place



Meet up with Roel to discuss the Hackerspace and LUG

Second reunion, with Roel and Vin to find a place




First meetings



Bar: In de Keulse Kar 1st and 2nd meting

Ex-squat Knoflook for subsequent meetings
http://ontspoord.org/knoflook-2/

Visit to HCC afdeling Noord Oost Brabant
http://no-brabant.hcc.nl/




The continuation



Regular place, recurring date/time

Events; FOSDEM




Tools



Website

Mailing list

IRC

Google Plus / Facebook

Meetup




Links


- Recipe for a Successful Linux User Group
http://linuxmafia.co..._PR/newlug.html



Linux User Group HOWTO
http://www.tldp.org/...roup-HOWTO.html

Den Bosch Linux User Group
http://lug.project073.nl/

MadLUG: Madison, Wisconsin Linux Users Group
http://www.madisonlinux.org/

UK Linux User Groups
http://lug.org.uk/




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