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Meeting Basics (starts at 6:30pm) Presentation
April 9, 2014
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How to Submit a Bug
by Andrew Latham
Net Neutrality video
by Vint Cerf
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General Meeting on Wednesday - 9 April 2014
The St. Louis Unix Users Group (SLUUG) general meetings are usually on the second Wednesday of each month.
We usually start the general meeting with a basic session; which may include either simple tutorials, displays of newly discovered web sites, command line wonders, demonstrations of useful applications, amazing graphical packages, major resolution of long standing anomalies, blinking lights, or quantum shifts in both time and space. Then we will have our quick welcome, introductions, administrative announcements, and a Call For Help ~ Questions and Answers Period. After all that, we take a short break before our main event...

Our basic session is on How to Submit a Bug by Andrew Latham
With computer software there are features and defects. Defects are know as software bugs. Bug reports go back to the software programmers so that they can fix the problems.
Andrew knows how to submit a bug report and will share the process, and maybe some tips.
Andy is just this guy. The things he cares about are many as are the people in his life. You have to let him be himself sometimes.

Our main event is on Net Neutrality video by Vint Cerf
We will start a short video or two, and as a group we will analyse who, what, where, when, why and how. Then discuss our understanding and the implications.
Snacks and beverages provided by our gracious hostess at Graybar.
++ Posted 7 April 2014


St. Louis Novell Users Group on Wednesday - 16 April 2014
The SNUG and SuSE Linux lunch time meetings are usually on the third Wednesday of each month.
TOPIC: To Be Determined (TBD)
More information will be posted on the SNUG website when available.
++ Posted 7 April 2014
St. Louis Linux Users Group on Thursday - 17 April 2014
The STLLUG meetings are usually on the third Thursday of each month.
There will be a short tutorial on fail2ban by Ken Johnson
The main topic for this month is on ISPConfig3 Open Source Webhosting by Andrew Latham
More information will be posted on the STL LUG website when available.
++ Posted 7 April 2014

Hazelwood Linux Users Group on Tuesday - 22 April 2014
The HZWLUG meetings are usually on the fourth Tuesday of each month.
TOPIC: Various (As Requested by Newest Linux Beginners) OR TOPIC: To Be Determined (TBD) at the Last Minute
A map and more information will be available on the HZWLUG website when available.
++ Posted 7 April 2014

Steering Committee Meeting on Wednesday - 7 May 2014
The St. Louis Unix Users Group (SLUUG) monthly Steering Committee meetings are held during the week prior to our General Meeting.
The next SLUUG Steering Committee meeting will again be held 6:30pm at the St. Louis Bread Company at Old Olive and Olive, west of Lindbergh (across from the Schnucks and behind the AMC 12). See directions and map here.
Order of business meeting will include usual business, planning, and reports. These are open meetings where our members can help decide what the SLUUG community does!
++ Posted 7 April 2014
 

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