[SATLUG] Any regular meetups?

John Champion satlugacct at jchampion.com
Sat May 7 00:23:43 CDT 2016

Hi, I've been in and out of this group since I was an undergrad in the
90's. This group has helped me pass my programming classes and has
helped me now that i am an instructor.

I know there used to be meetings at Nail on the SAC campus. I know we
also did some community service work over there as well. Perhaps I can
offer up space at UIW. We have a GROWING CIS program and many students
who are getting to know and love Linux. We've had a number of students
remove their Mac or Windows OS and run straight Linux with Win/Mac
running in a VM.

I'm not going to try to resurrect anything but if y'all are
interested...let me know.


On Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 9:43 AM, Igor Gueths <igor.gueths at rackspace.com> wrote:
> I went to 10bitworks once for a key signing party, they have a pretty nice setup over there.
>> On Apr 14, 2016, at 7:28 AM, Daniel Villarreal <youcanlinux at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> On 04/07/2016 07:52 AM, Chris wrote:
>>> Sounds like your looking for 10bitworks a local hackerspace. Check
>>> them out on Facebook Or any Saturday after 1:00pm.
>>> Satlug died several years ago and anyone attempting a resurrection
>>> has been burnt out trying. Comfortable quiet places with internet
>>> and AV equipment aren't cheap, and usually don't offer craft brew.
>>> Places that do offer food and libation are not conducive to formal
>>> meetings with presentations.
>>> Personal opinion:  Lack of social media presence is the most
>>> telling example why resurrections have failed.
>> There are no longer any computer shows, so that was one way the clubs
>> reached out to the public. SATLUG might want to update the web site to
>> reflect this.
>> There's got to be someplace where the GNU/Linux folks meet up.
>> I've never been to a hackerspace. Hmm. How about a meeting in
>> Mumble/Murmur?
>>> On 03/21/2016 12:34 PM, Stephen Eaton wrote:
>>>> I'm new to SATLUG and would love to meet up with anyone
>>>> interested in the same. I've been a Linux enthusiast for many
>>>> years... Stephen Eaton
>> Or you could just invite people to meet up at a local burger place?
>> You might want to announce it at someplace like meetup.com
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>> Daniel Villarreal
>> http://www.youcanlinux.org
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