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|= Next Meeting =||= Next Meeting =|
|-||The next Taclug meeting is scheduled for [[July2006|Saturday July 15<sup>th</sup>, 2006]] at the [[LocationWheelock|Wheelock Library]].||+||The next Taclug meeting is scheduled for [[July2006|Saturday July 15<sup>th</sup>, 2006]] at the [[LocationWheelock|Wheelock Library]].|
|+||Introductions 1:00pm - Whenever<br>|
|+||Opening Theme : About an hour if the discussion is interesting, less if it's not.<br>|
|+||Introduction to LISP: About an hour .<br>|
|+||Free form tech discussions: Bring your computer and your problems. Let's talk and play.<br>|
|+||Go Home: 5:00pm <br>|
|= About this Wiki =||= About this Wiki =|
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Welcome, This is the home of the Tacoma Linux User Group or TACLUG, a non-profit group of Linux enthusiasts who meet each month to share information about this great operating system. *BSD, Unix, Mac and other computer enthusiasts are welcome too.
Introductions 1:00pm - Whenever
Opening Theme : About an hour if the discussion is interesting, less if it's not.
Introduction to LISP: About an hour .
Free form tech discussions: Bring your computer and your problems. Let's talk and play.
Go Home: 5:00pm
About this Wiki
Currently, in contradiction to the Purpose specified below, this Wiki is the complete web presence of TACLUG on the Web.
The TACLUG Wiki mainly aims to be a repository of instructions and operative knowledge. Unlike sites like Wikipedia, it does not aim to be an authoritative reference on the What and Why of everything. Reference material on this wiki is not usually exhaustive, does not necessarily attempt to be neutral, and will likely contain opinions and sometimes unsubstantiated claims; in general, links to external resources should be included where appropriate. The TACLUG wiki focuses on the How. It collects Notes on how to set up, configure and use things, tips on how to get more out of them, and the like. It is also a social platform for participants; some pages may be humourous or even silly, and we like them that way.
Wiki's in General
A Wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki) is a special software system developed to be run on a Web Server that allows anyone (including you) to modify just about any page. It's perfect for a collaborative environment for developing documentation. Read our Help Page or the Wiki Tutorial if you haven't used wikis before. If you have any further questions, try the ContactList