Project info for Linux User Groups

Share This Created 5 Feb 2001 at 13:12 UTC by Denny, last modified 5 Feb 2001 at 13:13 UTC by Denny.



Linux User Groups are an important part of the Linux community, which in turn has been largely responsible for bringing Linux to the point where we find it today.

If you run a Linux User Group or an umbrella resource (LUG howto, etc), you are a lead developer on this project. If you attend every meeting of your local LUG, you are a developer. If you attend most meetings and/or make regular helpful posts to your LUG's mailing list, you are a contributor. If you attend occasional meetings or post to the mailing list occasionally then you are a helper.

This isn't a software project, so the designations don't make perfect sense, but think of it in terms of the continuing development of the Linux community...

This project has the following developers:

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