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The Singapore Linux August Meetup (LUGS AGM)

  • Aug 26, 2009 · 7:00 PM
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This month SLMG is co-hosting the LUGS Annual General Meeting to conduct the following:

1. To ratify the delay in the conduct of the AGM
2. To consider the latest Statements of Accounts
3. To consider the report of the current ExCo
4. To elect office bearers to the Linux Users Group (Singapore) and to hold office till the conclusion of the next AGM
5. Any other business

See details on the LUGS AGM here:

All are welcome to join for the event / members and non-members alike. There is likely to be some lively debate regarding the future of Singapore's oldest and longest running Linux Users Groups. While it has not been so active of late we are hoping you can all help re-invigorate it. Please come and join.

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  • Sean T.

    Good, I'm sure to get so much of the politics out of the way now hopefully the group can focus on shairng knowledge and experience...

    August 27, 2009

  • Lim Kin C.

    Nothing particularly exciting or eventful.

    August 27, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    On this session the main focus was not on what we are going to do in future, but putting up the basis for the same by appointing persons for LUGS.

    August 27, 2009

  • Murphy T.

    ROI calculation on implementing with OSS or proprietary products in strict business sense isn't very much different, of course with the lower TCO, it'll end up with a better ratio, however to take into consideration the marketing aspect and "consumers trust factor", occassionaly it'll end up with very little difference from either.

    ROI on development work based on OSS on the other hand is a while different and much complex situtions each differs to the size and complexity of project.

    August 26, 2009

  • JasonOng

    @Shino: Good idea. I'm also curious how you guys calculate the ROI on using open-source solutions vs proprietary products,

    August 5, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    May I suggest a topic for the Software Freedom Day planing? Can we discuss "Why businesses should adopt free/open source software"? I believe answers to this question will give us ideas on what to throw in to the event. Last semester in my Project Management module assignment, I had to choose 1 CMS product, and I couldn't come up with enough reasons to justify use of the free/open source products. So, very curious as to what ppl from this group would say. :P

    August 5, 2009

  • nagarjuna

    what is the main agenda? i am first timer here?

    August 5, 2009

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