FDLLUG & BarCampMilwaukee

The Fond du Lac Linux Users Group plans to have a few members participate in BarCampMilwaukee.

We discussed BarCampMilwaukee tonight at the FDLLUG meeting after the regular presentation finished -- Rene H did a good overview of Qemu during the official part of the meeting. After the Qemu session was finished, a few of us talked about BarCampMilwaukee and what some good sessions would be. There was talk of an Electronic Frontier Foundation session. Yoda will try to connect with an EFF person he knows to see if they or someone else from EFF can come to Milwaukee for the event. There was also talk of doing one or two sessions on Open Source Gaming, with an open source gaming LAN party later in the wee hours of BarCampMilwaukee if there is enough interest.

Connections will also be made with the other Linux Users Groups in Wisconsin, as well as the Linux Users of Northern Illinois, who participated in BarCampChicago. Geeting a few people from each Wisconsin LUG should ensure the Linux OS is well represented at Bucketworks.

If you're involved in a LUG or know someone who uses Linux regularly or passionately, make sure you let them know about BarCampMilwaukee. This tech event is custom made for the type of people who like using Linux. Who needs a GUI when you have CLI?



Blogger raster said...

Have they added their names to the BarCampMilwaukee wiki yet?

I'd like to see a session like 'Linux is Everywhere' focused on the many uses of Linux, would any LUG folks want to present this either on their own or with me?

10:23 AM  

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