The coordinators will be teaching and showing off hardware hacking, simple DIY electronics projects, and programming tutorials. We will also help newcomers to Linux learn the ropes of getting around, and for those more experienced with Linux or Programming, your expertise is more than welcome.
Bring something to discuss! We've been focusing on LaTeX, Python, Smalltalk, and using Linux, but were open to anything. There's a blackboard, chalk, and Internet access. Notebook computers are helpful but not required. Bring books! Bring hardware! Bring software! Bring friends! All levels of experience from totally new to experienced welcome!
We'll be leaving the library at 7 pm for dinner and/or drinks nearby. Feel free to join us for some lively dinner conversations!
It is helpful, but not necessary to have a notebook computer. If you would like to work on hardware hacking or electronics, feel free to bring equipment. There's WiFi in the library for your convenience.
We're open to suggestions Group projects for the summer (or what's left of the summer)
Documentation review: http://www.tldp.org/
Linux Foundation's "To Do" list: http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collaborate/workgroups/networking/mainpage
Discussion/review of upcoming/previous talks
Or assistance with getting your linux distro up and running in a VM/Live Image