The next meeting of Liverpool Linux User Group will be at DOES Liverpool on Wednesday October 2nd 2019. We’ll meet from 19:00 (7pm) onwards.

Open Source Hardware Month

We don’t have a formal talk this time because we’re doing another crossover/superhero team up with the good folks from the IoT Liverpool group. We’ll have an open hardware show and tell session to celebrate Open Hardware Month.

You can see the event listed on the OHM website – https://ohm.oshwa.org/event/liverpool-open-hardware-show-tell/

Please feel free to bring along any open hardware stuff you’ve worked on or would like to tell us about.

As usual IoT Liverpool uses MeetUp and we ask you to RSVP if you’re planning to come along, just to work out numbers for beer and pizzas. Yeah you read right, they have beer and pizza!! They are so much more generous than us 😀

We’re a friendly bunch. Everyone is welcome to join, whether you’ve been to the LUG before or not. There is no level of technical expertise expected or required. Everyone from hardened kernel hackers to complete novices will be made to feel at home. It’s really informal.

VENUE DETAILS: You can find directions to DOES here and many more details on their website.

Hope to see many of you there, feel free to email dan@danlynch.org with any questions. I will get it on my phone 🙂

Dan

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The next meeting of Liverpool Linux User Group will be at DOES Liverpool on Wednesday September 4th 2019. We’ll meet from 19:00 (7pm) onwards but talks start at 19:30 (7:30pm).

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This month we had a request from one of our members for introduction to Git and GitHub so I put the call out to the wider community. Thankfully Zarino Zappia who works out of DoES Liverpool has kindly offered to run this introductory session for us.

In his own words “I’ve been using Git (with and without GitHub) professionally for about 7 years, and I’ve taught it to beginners before, one-on-one.” It should be a lot of fun and having seen Zarino talk before I am very much looking forward to it.

We’re a friendly bunch. Everyone is welcome to join us, whether you’ve been to the LUG before or not. There is no level of technical expertise expected or required. Everyone for hardened kernel hackers to complete novices will be made to feel at home.

VENUE DETAILS: You can find directions to DOES here and many more details on their website.

Hope to see many of you there, feel free to email dan@danlynch.org with any questions. I will get it on my phone 🙂

Dan