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September 01, 2017, at 09:16 AM by K White - IRC Channel info
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The IRC network the channel is registered on is Freenode (http://freenode.net) and the channel name is #covlug (the # at the front is part of the channel name).

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  • Rugby Linux User Group
  • Birmingham Linux User Group
  • PyWM, Python West Midlands
  • fizzPOP
  • Open Rights Group Birmingham
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  • Rugby Linux User Group
  • Birmingham Linux User Group
  • PyWM, Python West Midlands
  • fizzPOP
  • Open Rights Group Birmingham, also here.
September 01, 2017, at 08:47 AM by K White - Added IRC section and Related Organisations.
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IRC Channel

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Activities

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Related Organisations

  • Rugby Linux User Group
  • Birmingham Linux User Group
  • PyWM, Python West Midlands
  • fizzPOP
  • Open Rights Group Birmingham
September 01, 2017, at 06:28 AM by K White - Merged 'History' with intro section, moved "O'Reilly Books" to end.
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CovLUG was formed in August 2001 and had its first meeting in May 2002. We've had regular meetings ever since then.

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O'Reilly Books

Membership of CovLUG offers you discount on O'Reilly technical books and references, or you may get a free book if you are willing to write a review of it for O'Reilly.

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History

CovLUG was formed in August 2001 and had the first meeting in May 2002. We've had regular meetings ever since then.

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O'Reilly Books

Membership of CovLUG offers you discount on O'Reilly technical books and references, or you may get a free book if you are willing to write a review of it for O'Reilly.

May 13, 2016, at 12:26 PM by K White - Changed meeting day from Tuesday to Thursday.
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First Tuesday of every month from 7pm at:

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First Thursday of every month from 7pm at:

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The group is run on a voluntary basis by its members and thus depends on its members to organise ad-hock meetings and events for things to happen.

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The group is run on a voluntary basis by its members and thus depends on its members to organise ad-hock meetings and events for things to happen. If you would like to give a presentation to the group, suggest a talk or arrange a social or technical meet up of the local geeks, please join our mailing lists and drop us a message.

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NOTE: at present there are no social or technical meetings planned. If you would like to give a presentation to the group, suggest a talk or arrange a social meet up of the local geeks, please join our mailing lists and drop us a message. If there is sufficient interest in restarting regular meetings in the future, we will let people know via the mailing lists.

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First Tuesday of every month from 7pm at:

The Castle Grounds (formerly The Castle and formerly The Varsity)
Little Park Street,
Coventry city centre

See location on map: http://www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=52.40668&mlon=-1.50862#map=18/52.40668/-1.50862

Talks and technical presentations are gratefully received, don't wait to be asked, just offer.

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Click for the old CovLUG website.

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Click for the old CovLUG website.

February 21, 2015, at 11:14 PM by Darren - Clear up grammar, and remove reference to regular meetings
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GNU Linux is a modern, advanced, powerful, secure and virus free computer operating system developed by an international community and available free to everyone.

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GNU Linux is a modern, advanced, powerful, secure and virus free computer Operating System developed by an international community and is available free to everyone.

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With over 200 members CovLUG is an active, friendly, fun and sociable group of people with an interest in Open Source software, hardware and operating systems, such as Linux, and is part of a vibrant local and international community.

Come and join us, we welcome you as novice, expert, home, academic or professional user to enjoy our regular social and technical meetings and benefit from on-line help, advice and discussion via our active mailing lists.

The group is run on a voluntary basis by its members and thus depends on its members to organise meetings and events for things to happen.

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With over 200 members CovLUG is an active, friendly, fun and sociable group of people with an interest in Open Source software, hardware and operating systems - such as Linux - and is part of a vibrant local and international community.

Come and join us - we welcome you as novice, expert, home, academic or professional user to benefit from on-line help, advice and discussion via our active mailing lists.

The group is run on a voluntary basis by its members and thus depends on its members to organise ad-hock meetings and events for things to happen.

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NOTE: at present there are no meetings, the meeting details below reflect our previous arrangements which are out of date for now. There is however interest in restarting meetings, view our mailing lists for recent information.


We meet twice per month for a technical and social meet up. Please come along, the meetings and membership are free!

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NOTE: at present there are no social or technical meetings planned. If you would like to give a presentation to the group, suggest a talk or arrange a social meet up of the local geeks, please join our mailing lists and drop us a message. If there is sufficient interest in restarting regular meetings in the future, we will let people know via the mailing lists.

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A CovLUG social meeting.
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A past CovLUG social meeting.
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Technical

Our popular technical meetings are on the first Tuesday of the month starting at 7pm, talks begin around 8pm, in The Castle (formerly known as the Varsity), Little Park St, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

Speakers always appreciated. If you have an open source related talk you could give the group, do not wait to be asked, just offer.

Social

Our social meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start at about 7pm at Pasta Hut in the Lower Precinct (see OpenStreetMap.org).


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The membership of the group is diverse, we include people using Open Source at work in a professional capacity as well as those who enjoy using our favourite OS as a hobby. The levels of experience range from beginner to expert. If you are an Open Source user or just interested in finding more about Linux or Open Source software, hardware or projects and why you should consider using it, you'll be welcome to come along.

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The membership of the group is diverse; we include people using Open Source at work in a professional capacity, as well as those who enjoy using their favourite OS as a hobby. The levels of experience range from beginner to expert. If you are an Open Source user or just interested in learning more about Linux or Open Source software, hardware or projects you're welcome to join the group.

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Membership of CovLUG or any other LUG offers you discount on O'Reilly books, or you may get a free book if you write a review about it for O'Reilly.

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Membership of CovLUG offers you discount on O'Reilly technical books and references, or you may get a free book if you are willing to write a review of it for O'Reilly.

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The primary interest of the group is the Linux operating system and derivatives, but members interests also cover

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The primary interest of the group is the Linux Operating System and derivatives, but members interests also cover

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and other less open systems of Apple Mac OSX and unix products such as Solaris/OpenIndiana & Irix.

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and the less open systems of Apple Mac OSX and unix products such as Solaris/OpenIndiana & Irix.

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Of course, there are always discussions on all aspects of free and Open Source projects.

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Of course, there are always discussions on all aspects of Free and Open Source projects.

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As a group, most of our meetings are social based, with technical discussions taking place throughout the meetings and on the mailing lists.

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CovLUG was formed in August 2001 and had the first meeting in May 2002 since when we have met twice a month.

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CovLUG was formed in August 2001 and had the first meeting in May 2002. We've had regular meetings ever since then.

October 29, 2014, at 11:13 AM by Keith White - Added run on voluntary basis.
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The group is run on a voluntary basis by its members and thus depends on its members to organise meetings and events for things to happen.

October 29, 2014, at 08:58 AM by Keith White - Added note to advise of no meetings for now.
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NOTE: at present there are no meetings, the meeting details below reflect our previous arrangements which are out of date for now. There is however interest in restarting meetings, view our mailing lists for recent information.


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January 07, 2012, at 12:59 PM by K White - Added speakers appreciated, O'Reilly books, WeTab
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Speakers always appreciated. If you have an open source related talk you could give the group, do not wait to be asked, just offer.

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O'Reilly Books

Membership of CovLUG or any other LUG offers you discount on O'Reilly books, or you may get a free book if you write a review about it for O'Reilly.

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With the many thousands of OSS projects there is plenty to interest members. Interests also cover open source programming languages such as Python, Octave, and include web programming, development and mobile apps.

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With the many thousands of OSS projects there is plenty to interest members. Interests also cover open source programming languages such as Python, Octave,R and include web programming, development and mobile apps.

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There are open source hardware interests too such as the Arduino and the multitude of projects that can be created with it. There is even a mobile phone project, Openmoko.

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There are open source hardware interests too such as the Arduino, Raspberry Pi and the multitude of projects that can be created with them. There is even a mobile phone project, Openmoko and a tablet computer WeTab.

April 29, 2011, at 07:32 PM by K White - Removed Join & Contact Us details, moved meeting photo up.
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Join Us Now

Subscribe to our mailing lists or come along to a meeting. Simple as that.


Contact Us

Please email the lugmaster for any enquiries or questions regarding CovLUG.


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A CovLUG social meeting.

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A CovLUG social meeting.

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April 29, 2011, at 11:46 AM by K White - Adjustments to the social meeting image
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A CovLUG social meeting.
April 29, 2011, at 10:50 AM by K White - Added social meeting photo.
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April 24, 2011, at 06:32 PM by K White - Changed logo to tuxcrystal, removed Facebook info.
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Facebook

We're now on Facebook. You don't need an account to look at CovLUG on Facebook.


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The membership of the group is diverse, we include people using Linux at work in a professional capacity as well as those who enjoy using our favourite OS as a hobby. The levels of experience range from beginner to expert. If you are a Linux user or just interested in finding more about Linux or Open Source Software and why you should consider using it, you'll be welcome to come along.

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The membership of the group is diverse, we include people using Open Source at work in a professional capacity as well as those who enjoy using our favourite OS as a hobby. The levels of experience range from beginner to expert. If you are an Open Source user or just interested in finding more about Linux or Open Source software, hardware or projects and why you should consider using it, you'll be welcome to come along.

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Subscribe to our mailing list or come along to a meeting. Simple as that.

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Subscribe to our mailing lists or come along to a meeting. Simple as that.

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Other Open Projects

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Other Open Projects
February 19, 2011, at 09:11 PM by K White - Expanded the groups interests section
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Although the primary interest of the group is Linux, members' interests cover the BSD kernels, Apple Mac OSX, mobile computing platforms like Android and unix products such as Solaris/OpenIndiana & Irix. Interests cover open source programming languages, including web programming and development. There are also open source hardware interests such as the Arduino and the multitude of projects that can be created with it. Of course, there are always discussions on all aspects of free and Open Source software, hardware and projects such as OpenStreetMap.org.

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Our interests are much broader than the name of the group may suggest:

Open Source Operating Systems

The primary interest of the group is the Linux operating system and derivatives, but members interests also cover Android, BSD variants, [Haiku, ReactOS, RiscOS Open, eyeOS and others.

Open Source Software

With the many thousands of OSS projects there is plenty to interest members. Interests cover open source programming languages, including web programming and development.

Open Source Hardware

There are open source hardware interests too such as the Arduino and the multitude of projects that can be created with it. There is even a mobile phone project, Openmoko.

Other Open Projects

Perhaps the most famous 'open project' is OpenStreetMap.org.

Although the primary interest of the group is Linux, members' interests cover the BSD kernels, Apple Mac OSX, mobile computing platforms like Android and unix products such as Solaris/OpenIndiana & Irix.

Of course, there are always discussions on all aspects of free and Open Source software, hardware and projects such as OpenStreetMap.org.

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With over 200 members CovLUG is an active, friendly, fun and sociable group of people with an interest in Open Source Software and operating systems, such as Linux, and part of a vibrant local and international community.

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With over 200 members CovLUG is an active, friendly, fun and sociable group of people with an interest in Open Source software, hardware and operating systems, such as Linux, and is part of a vibrant local and international community.

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Although the primary interest of the group is Linux, members' interests cover the BSD kernels, Apple Mac OSX, mobile computing platforms like Android and commercial unix products such as Solaris/OpenIndiana & Irix, not forgetting the various aspects of web design and programming. Of course, there are always discussions on all aspects of free and Open Source software and projects such as OpenStreetMap.org.

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Although the primary interest of the group is Linux, members' interests cover the BSD kernels, Apple Mac OSX, mobile computing platforms like Android and unix products such as Solaris/OpenIndiana & Irix. Interests cover open source programming languages, including web programming and development. There are also open source hardware interests such as the Arduino and the multitude of projects that can be created with it. Of course, there are always discussions on all aspects of free and Open Source software, hardware and projects such as OpenStreetMap.org.

February 01, 2011, at 09:22 AM by K White - More tidy up & improvements.
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Please come to any of our meetings. We meet twice per month for a technical and social meet up.

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We meet twice per month for a technical and social meet up. Please come along, the meetings and membership are free!

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The meetings and membership are free!

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Although the primary interest of the group is Linux, members' interests cover the BSD kernels, Apple Mac OSX, mobile computing platforms like Android and commercial unix products such as Solaris & Irix, not forgetting the various aspects of web design and programming. Of course, there are always discussions on all aspects of free and Open Source software.

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Interests

Although the primary interest of the group is Linux, members' interests cover the BSD kernels, Apple Mac OSX, mobile computing platforms like Android and commercial unix products such as Solaris/OpenIndiana & Irix, not forgetting the various aspects of web design and programming. Of course, there are always discussions on all aspects of free and Open Source software and projects such as OpenStreetMap.org.

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Facebook

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Facebook

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Our social meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start at about 7pm at Pizza Hut in the Lower Precinct (see OpenStreetMap.org.

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Our social meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start at about 7pm at Pizza Hut in the Lower Precinct (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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The membership of the group is diverse, we include people using Linux at work in a professional capacity as well as those who enjoy using our favourite OS as a hobby. The levels of experience range from beginner to expert. If you are a Linux user or just interested in finding more about Linux and why you should consider using it, you'll be welcome to come along.

Although the primary interest of the group is Linux, members' interests cover the BSD kernels and now Mac OSX to commercial unix products such as Solaris & Irix, not forgetting the various aspects of web design and programming. Of course, there are always discussions on all aspects of free and Open Source software.

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The membership of the group is diverse, we include people using Linux at work in a professional capacity as well as those who enjoy using our favourite OS as a hobby. The levels of experience range from beginner to expert. If you are a Linux user or just interested in finding more about Linux or Open Source Software and why you should consider using it, you'll be welcome to come along.

Although the primary interest of the group is Linux, members' interests cover the BSD kernels, Apple Mac OSX, mobile computing platforms like Android and commercial unix products such as Solaris & Irix, not forgetting the various aspects of web design and programming. Of course, there are always discussions on all aspects of free and Open Source software.

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As a group, most of our meetings are social based, with technical discussions taking place mainly on the mailing list. We meet twice per month, a technical meeting on the first Tuesday of the month (followed by a social afterwards) and a social meeting on the third Tuesday of the month. Please come and join us.

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As a group, most of our meetings are social based, with technical discussions taking place mainly on the mailing list. We are part of a lively, active and growing open source community throughout the Midlands, the UK and the world. There are several local conference style meetings throughout the year. Please come and join us.

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Click for the old CovLUG website.

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Facebook

We're now on Facebook. You don't need an account to look at CovLUG on Facebook.


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Facebook

We're now on Facebook. You don't need an account to look at the Coventry Linux Users Group Facebook page.

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Our popular technical meetings are on the first Tuesday of the month usually from 6:30pm in The Castle (formerly known as the Varsity), Little Park St, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Our popular technical meetings are on the first Tuesday of the month usually from 6:30pm, talks begin soon after 7pm, in The Castle (formerly known as the Varsity), Little Park St, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Our social meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start at about 7pm at Pizza Hut in the Lower Precinct.

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Our social meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start at about 7pm at Pizza Hut in the Lower Precinct (see OpenStreetMap.org.

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CovLUG was formed in August 2001 and had the first meeting in May 2002 since when we have met twice a month.

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CovLUG was formed in August 2001 and had the first meeting in May 2002 since when we have met twice a month.

Click for the old CovLUG website.

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With over 200 members CovLUG is a friendly, fun and sociable group of people with an interest in the Linux computer operating system and Open Source Software.

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With over 200 members CovLUG is an active, friendly, fun and sociable group of people with an interest in Open Source Software an operating systems such as Linux.

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Please email the lugmaster for any enquiries or quetions regarding CovLUG,

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Please email the lugmaster for any enquiries or questions regarding CovLUG,

December 10, 2010, at 01:59 AM by Caroline - Added Facebook
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Facebook

We're now on Facebook. You don't need an account to look at the Coventry Linux Users Group Facebook page.

November 16, 2010, at 02:03 PM by Caroline - I have made Pizza Hut easier to find.
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Our social meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start at about 7pm at Pizza Hut (Pasta Hut).

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Our social meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start at about 7pm at Pizza Hut in the Lower Precinct.

November 08, 2010, at 05:00 PM by Caroline - Removed the club from the social because Darren said so.
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Our social meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start at about 7pm at Pizza Hut (Pasta Hut) and then 9pm at the Royal Warwick Club on Tower Street, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Our social meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start at about 7pm at Pizza Hut (Pasta Hut).

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First Tuesday of the month usually from 6:30pm in The Castle (formerly known as the Varsity), Little Park St, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Our popular technical meetings are on the first Tuesday of the month usually from 6:30pm in The Castle (formerly known as the Varsity), Little Park St, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Our popular technical meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start with a social about 7pm at Pizza Hut (Pasta Hut) and then 9pm at the Royal Warwick Club on Tower Street, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Our social meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start at about 7pm at Pizza Hut (Pasta Hut) and then 9pm at the Royal Warwick Club on Tower Street, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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As a group, most of our meetings are social based, with technical discussions taking place mainly on the mailing list. We meet twice per month, a technical meeting on the first Tuesday of the month followed by a social afterwards and a social meeting on the third Tuesday of the month. Please come and join us.

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As a group, most of our meetings are social based, with technical discussions taking place mainly on the mailing list. We meet twice per month, a technical meeting on the first Tuesday of the month (followed by a social afterwards) and a social meeting on the third Tuesday of the month. Please come and join us.

November 08, 2010, at 02:55 AM by Caroline - Found more info to change to swap the social and technical meetings
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As a group, most of our meetings are social based, with technical discussions taking place mainly on the mailing list. We meet twice per month, a social meeting on the first Tuesday of the month and a technical meeting on the third Tuesday of the month followed by a social afterwards. Please come and join us.

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As a group, most of our meetings are social based, with technical discussions taking place mainly on the mailing list. We meet twice per month, a technical meeting on the first Tuesday of the month followed by a social afterwards and a social meeting on the third Tuesday of the month. Please come and join us.

November 07, 2010, at 04:05 PM by Caroline - I swapped the technical and social meetings because Darren says so.
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Our popular technical meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start with a social about 7pm at Pizza Hut (Pasta Hut) and then 9pm at the Royal Warwick Club on Tower Street, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Social

Our popular technical meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start with a social about 7pm at Pizza Hut (Pasta Hut) and then 9pm at the Royal Warwick Club on Tower Street, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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First Tuesday of the month usually from 6:30pm in The Varsity, Little Park St, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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First Tuesday of the month usually from 6:30pm in The Castle (formerly known as the Varsity), Little Park St, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Linux is for Ladies too!

Linux is for everyone and the contribution of the ladies in CovLUG is valued and appreciated, but we need more ladies, please join us and help us reach the magic 50:50 male:female ratio.

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CovLUG is a friendly, fun and sociable group of people with an interest in the Linux computer operating system and Open Source Software.

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With over 200 members CovLUG is a friendly, fun and sociable group of people with an interest in the Linux computer operating system and Open Source Software.

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Our popular technical meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month usually 7pm at the Royal Warwick Club on Tower Street, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Our popular technical meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month and start with a social about 7pm at Pizza Hut (Pasta Hut) and then 9pm at the Royal Warwick Club on Tower Street, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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First Tuesday of the month usually from 6:30pm in The Varsity, Little Park St, Coventry City Centre,

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First Tuesday of the month usually from 6:30pm in The Varsity, Little Park St, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Our old meeting venue was the Hillman/Humber Lecture Theatres of Coventry University (see OpenStreetMap.org or Marked no.5 on the map here: http://www.coventry.ac.uk/interactivemap#map).

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Third Tuesday of the month usually 7pm probably at Pasta Hut (ex Pizza Hut) temporarily. But can you help? We need a new technical meeting venue, ideally free, a seminar room or lecture theatre with projection facilities and located in or near the city centre.

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Third Tuesday of the month usually 7pm at the Royal Warwick Club on Tower Street, Coventry City Centre (see OpenStreetMap.org).

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Third Tuesday of the month usually 7pm probably at Pasta Hut (ex Pizza Hut) temporarily. But can you help? We need a new technical meeting venue, ideally free, a seminar room or lecture theatre with projection facilities and located in or near the city centre.

Our old meeting venue was the Hillman/Humber Lecture Theatres of Coventry University (see OpenStreetMap.org or Marked no.5 on the map here: http://www.coventry.ac.uk/interactivemap#map).

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Third Tuesday of the month usually 7pm in the Hillman/Humber Lecture Theatres of Coventry University (Marked no.5 on the map see http://www.coventry.ac.uk/interactivemap#map).

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Third Tuesday of the month usually 7pm in the Hillman/Humber Lecture Theatres of Coventry University (see OpenStreetMap.org or Marked no.5 on the map here: http://www.coventry.ac.uk/interactivemap#map).

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Contact Us

Please email the lugmaster for any enquiries or quetions regarding CovLUG,


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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's documentation has been installed along with the software, and is available via the documentation index.

To continue setting up PmWiki, see initial setup tasks.

The basic editing page describes how to create pages in PmWiki. You can practice editing in the wiki sandbox.

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .

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CovLUG is a friendly sociable group for people with an interest in the Linux computer operating system and Open Source Software.

We welcome you to join us as novice, expert, home, academic or business user and enjoy our regular social and technical meetings and benefit from on-line help, advice and discussion via our active mailing lists.

Meetings

Please come to any of our meetings. Both meetings and membership are free!

Social

First Tuesday of the month usually from 7pm in the Varsity....

Technical

Third Tuesday of the month usually 7:30pm in the ??? lecture theatre in Coventry University....