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How to run a successful Linux User Group

Mar 09, 2009, 18:02 (0 Talkback[s])

"Over the several hours we were all together, we covered dozens of subjects, and the conversation was lively and opinionated. And that was with only nine of us.

"Imagine what such a meeting could be like if there were more attendees, more of a schedule and a little better organisation?

"This is the realm of the Linux User Group -- a network of Linux enthusiasts that weave a web of community across the UK, and across almost every country in the world. Many Linux fans get a great deal of camaraderie and satisfaction from attending their local meetings, as well as support, website portals, forums, mailing lists and IRC channels, all of which help to glue the local Linux community together."

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