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.
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Next regular meeting is TBA.
You may be interested in the TacDug (http://groups.drupal.org/tacoma) meetings tentatively scheduled for the 1st Thursday of every month, 6-8pm at the Parkway Tavern (http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Parkway+Tavern,+Tacoma,+WA&sll=47.249931,-122.456073&sspn=0.008535,0.016115&ie=UTF8&hq=Parkway+Tavern,&hnear=Tacoma,+WA&ll=47.265136,-122.453442&spn=0.034132,0.064459&z=14&iwloc=A).
Meetings and Topic Solicitation
Do you want Taclug meetings to start again? What would you like to see at the Taclug meetings? What would revive your interest in attending meetings? Would you be interested in more hands on electronics activities? How would you like some serious Drupal hacking? Would you like to find out everything there is to know about Linux firewalls? Perhaps you would be interested in simple tips like the magic of GNU screen? Please add topics of interest to you on our Ideas page.
Join Taclug members on Internet Relay Chat (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Relay_Chat) or IRC. The URL of the IRC server is irc.taclug.org and the room is #linux.
This annual event is usually held on the last weekend in April at the Bellingham Technical College. More information is available on the Linuxfest website (http://www.linuxfestnorthwest.org/). In the past, we have had volunteers participate with a booth, but the last few years have seen that participation fade. Francois has plans to attend this year, so perhaps he could head up a group trip?
About this Wiki
This Wiki is the complete web presence of TACLUG on the Web.
You can see our old website by clicking here (http://www.taclug.org/indexold).
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 with an account (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 Wiki's before. If you have any further questions, try the ContactList