“ More people should show up! It's a fun, diverse, group of people. ”
— Bryan H. on Sep 4, 2014.
“ Jonathan is a great host and the kick-back nature of the SOLMM makes for a nice way to spend an evening and meet other local Linux and OSS fans. ”
— Steve U on Apr 22, 2014.
“ I really enjoyed the meetup. ”
— Marcy H. on Sep 17, 2013.
“ Food was fine, but didn't especially like having to give up my credit card because I had brought and paid with cash. That is the first time that has been requested of me. ”
— Erik S. on Aug 20, 2013.
“ Very nice. This was my first time. I understand that it's unstructured, and Jonathan introduced himself and answered some tech questions of mine (thanks, again). Just my two cents - other newcomers might have difficulty feeling part of the group w/o a little structure like opening remarks, etc. ”
— Joe on Jul 16, 2013.
“ Great. When I was first looking for a job as a sysadmin from a non-IT background I found some very supportive people here. This here's a good group. ”
— Chad C. on Feb 19, 2013.
“ Thanks guys. Nice to meet you all. ”
— Chris R. on Feb 18, 2013.
“ A friendly, diverse group. ”
— Kyle K. on Nov 19, 2012.
“ Rough first impression, hopefully it'll be better next time. :) ”
— Case on Jan 16, 2012.
“ Nice informal group of people that share a passion for technology. ”
— Ian on May 17, 2011.
“ I was surprised that so many people were using Apple rather than Linux, but what do I know, as I'm a newbe. ”
— Norman on Nov 16, 2010.
“ Learn about various Linux programs and get your questions answered ”
— Mario on May 17, 2010.
“ This group is a cornucopia of open/closed source junkies that are very interested in new tech as well as very knowledgable in old tech. Get you questions answered. Let us ask you some. ”
— Brian M. on Feb 15, 2010.
“ Because we're cool. ”
— Chris P. on Jun 24, 2009.
“ Imagine a technical meeting where it is okay to drift off topic, bring your knitting, your laptop, talk informally, show off your latest project (check out others' latest projects) and have others help you get more functionality out of your linux host or help them. If that sounds like fun, this is what we do. ”
— wanza on May 13, 2009.