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Linux @ The Java Room

We meet monthly to discuss items of interest to the Linux community. This "birds of a feather" session allows people to meet others who are interested in Linux. There are no formal speakers or presentations, but people often bring demos of either hardware or software to share with the group. We chat amongst ourselves on whatever topic is interesting at that moment. If you have any interest in Linux, please join us!

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  • Lee T. D.

    There were a lot of people but it was difficult to take it all in.
    I saw at least 4 areas of local focus and a couple loose individuals that may not had been with our meet up. I was disappointed in the Wifi not allowing local network to communicate but forcing all activity to the Internet. I felt that reduced the effectiveness of sharing. I do realize it is not the decision of the group but of the venue. Linux people like to share so bring a wire or USB drive next time to be prepared. My own device failed me by not being able to communicate or display the programs that were in an alternative window managers menus.

    May 3, 2013

    • John H.

      Hi Lee, What resources are you looking for ? Maybe we can post links and repository names, and put custom code / settings on github.

      May 3, 2013

  • Jeff A.

    This was my first meeting - I thought it was good. ;-) I'll be attending more. ;-)

    2 · May 3, 2013

  • Ralph N.

    It was great seeing everyone. Here is the link to the programming language performance results that I had mentioned: I will send out a link to the description of the problem, algorithm used, and tests once I have it written.

    BTW, Thank you to everyone who helped give me ideas on designing and building a Nerf Vortex Scud Missile Defense System centered around using Linux. Feel free to contact me if you have additional ideas or can help with the project.

    May 2, 2013

  • Lee T. D.

    Preparing for the tablet invasion !

    April 27, 2013

  • Jeff A.

    I've been using Linux for ~8 years now as the OS for my MythTV systems. ;-)

    April 9, 2013

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