The Linux Users' Group of Davis is a 501(c)(7) non-profit computer club serving the Sacramento region, consisting of hundreds of people who share an interested in the Linux® operating system, Free & Open Source software and other related topics — both technical and non-technical.
Our goals are to advocate the use of Linux and Open Source, to educate the community on these software alternatives, and to support and provide a social network for local Linux users.
LUGOD holds regular meetings twice a month. On the first Tuesday of each month, we hold a social gathering at a local restaurant or café, and on the third Monday of each month we meet at the Davis Public Library to listen to informative presentations by guest speakers. (Day, time and location subject to change!)
We also hold other events and workshops and maintain a number of active mailing lists (some with over 200 subscribers), an IRC channel for live chatting, and communities on social networks (Facebook and LinkedIn).
Our meetings, events and membership, are free and open to the general public. Join us!
There are a variety of ways to reach us.
root (aka President)
"root" is LUGOD's president. Their job is to keep the club running smoothly, run meetings, and much, much more.
sys (aka Vice President)
"sys"'s job is to help "root" and, when necessary, take over for any other absent officer.
typescript (aka Secretary)
The Secretary takes meeting minutes and helps prepare before meetings. This officer is also in charge of carpool coordination.
/dev/null (aka Treasurer)
If you have questions about LUGOD's finances, wish to make a donation, or would like to find out whether you can receive a refund for expenses, contact our Treasurer.
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