[NBLUG/talk] Universities

matt matt at cfxnetworks.com
Sun Apr 23 22:23:59 PDT 2006

Yeah, LUGOD seems to be very active--I mean just look at the website =).

That's cool that CalPoly's usergroup is active. It seems like it would be more 
basic though, as to "get the word out."

I also tried to look into UCLA's usergroup. They seem semi-active, but their 
website (http://linux.ucla.edu/) is very outdated...

On Sunday 23 April 2006 19:54, Troy Arnold wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 23, 2006 at 06:27:10PM -0700, Stephen Cilley wrote:
> > Actually CPLUG was the group that really got me
> > interested in Linux.  They're very active, although
> > their meetings are not as regular as NBLUG.  They
> > seemed a little more basic, too.  More installfests,
> > though, from what I saw.  A relatively large group for
> > the size of the town.
> Well, if you're comparing on the basis of available Linux users groups,
> it's tough to beat LUGOD in Davis.  They tend to be more technical than
> NBLUG and are certainly more into outreach, participating in everything
> from Earth Day to LinuxWorld.  They have a lot of very sharp members, but
> it's easier to make friends at NBLUG :)
> The Davis area in general has a ton of Linux users, utilizing Linux for a
> bunch of different, interesting projects.
> http://lugod.org/
> -t

matt at cfxnetworks.com

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