Well, I don’t know about you but I had a great time tonight! So many fascinating people, so many interesting conversations. So much support! Royal Oak is really the right place for a space like ours, with neighbors who “get” what we’re doing. Get a load of mayor Jim Ellison with a cutting torch, in […]
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Tonight’s meeting: Grand Opening to-do list, and RFID badges!
Next in our occasional series of local groups: The Metro Detroit Linux Users Group. From their website: “MDLUG is an informal community group organized to advocate the GNU/Linux operating system by educating the public and socializing among peers.” What else is there to say, really? MDLUG meets in Inkster on the second Saturday of each […]
Today’s spotlight is on the Michigan!/usr/group, which focuses on Linux/Unix topics. MUG meetings seem fairly structured, with presentations on defined topics, and an actual schedule. They take place on the second Tuesday of each month, in Farmington Hills. Do you know of another local group that should be featured in this series of posts? Leave […]
If you’re interested in i3 Detroit, perhaps you’re also interested in SEMCO, the SouthEastern Michigan Computer Organization. Meeting since 1976, this is a group of computer users and enthusiasts with a lean towards the PC/Windows world, though they also have a Linux SIG (special interest group). SEMCO meets in Southfield on the second Sunday of […]