We're looking for volunteers to help out with #pyconca2018 on November 10 and 11!
If you're going to Pycon Canada 2018 and interested in helping out in the following areas:
- Session Chair
- General help
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“Bitcoin is a very effective way of turning crypto libertarian daydreams directly into climate change” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3ipFvD8wt4&feature=youtu.be&t=1559
You can now watch the recording of #GTALUG October 2018 talk -- The state of Mozilla (fall 2018) with Mike Hoye. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUgE6dqIXiEuytrYlcLgh7gFKnjLnPjPg
Dr. Andriy Miranskyy from Computer Science department at RU will be discussing the application of open source tools in his research at the next Ryerson LUG meeting on on Friday, October 19 at 17:20 at ENG201 [George Vari Engineering Building]
Special #GTALUG Event!
Seatbelts and Airbags for Bash with Michael Potter
Wednesday, October 17th at 18:45.
Hacklab.to, 1266 Queen St W. Suite #6
Tickets are free, but registration is required -- https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/seatbelts-and-airbags-for-bash-tickets-51177497272
Meeting page -- https://gtalug.org/meeting/2018-10-special/
You can now watch our September 2018 #GTALUG meeting -- How Open Source Destroyed the Past, Created the Present, and Will One Day, Save the Future with Marcel Gagne
See our announcement email for more local community events.
On Tuesday, September 18 at 6PM there will be a meeting of Ryerson Linux Users Group.
Evan Leibovitch from the Linux Professional Institute will be discussing
careeers in open source and the history of LPI.
You can now watch our August 2018 #GTALUG meeting -- Beyond and Behind Maker Festival with Eric Boyd.
You can now watch our July 2018 meeting -- Internet Bots with Don Tai. https://youtu.be/lk5BpbGRyG8
GTALUG, formerly called TLUG, is a social club for Linux users in Toronto. We meet every second Tuesday of the month.
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