Location: Liverpool Social Centre (Bold St)

Date/time: Weds February 4th 2015, 7pm onwards.

It’s almost time for the February meeting of Liverpool Linux User Group. This month we have a talk. Our very own Andrew Bates will regale us with information about mechanical keyboards and all kinds of other key tapping shenanigans. If you’re a keyboard nerd (and let’s face it we all use them) then come along and learn more about the various types available and their particular strengths and weaknesses. With live demos!

Come and join us in Bold St for some Linux chat and plenty of other stuff besides. There is no required level of Linux experience or expertise, we don’t care whether you’re an expert or a total beginner. Everyone is welcome.

We meet as usual in the Liverpool Social Centre on Bold St. You can find directions on their website, or email the list if you have any problems.

Directions – http://www.liverpoolsocialcentre.org/index.php/contact-us-find-us

Hope to see many of you there!

Yes, it’s another very tardy announcement. Even with the meeting being pushed back a week, we still can’t announce it in good time.

This month’s meeting will take place on November 12th at the usual venue, the Liverpool Social Centre (details below).

Sebastian Arcus will be talking about OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org/), a Linux distribution for routers and embedded devices. It will be run in the form of a workshop, so if you have a compatible device lying around – you can find a list of supported devices at http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/start – bring it along and see what it can do.

We will start at around 7:30pm and later adjourn to one of our preferred watering holes, probably the Shipping Forecast on Slater Street, to continue the discussions before veering well off-topic.

The Liverpool Social Centre is located in the basement next to the News From Nowhere book shop on Bold St in the Centre of town. There is a door to the right of the shop entrance with a number of buzzers. You need the one marked basement. If there are any problems email the list as many of us will pick up the message right away on our phones and be able to help.

There is a map and directions on the  Meeting Details page.