[Tfug] Face to face meetingplace
marcia.k.wilbur at gmail.com
Mon Oct 9 16:41:45 MST 2017
This month, we will be meeting - Tomorrow - Via Nextcloud online.
We are doing a live demo of Nextcloud, discussing end to end encryption and
experiencing it for ourselves without having to find a meeting place.
Please login around 7 and join us!
I am at work but can send more info later.
On Mon, Oct 9, 2017 at 3:37 PM, Raoul Snyman <raoul at snyman.info> wrote:
> On 2017-10-05 19:12, techlists at phpcoderusa.com wrote:
>> I don't think there is a decline in Linux usage, if anything I think
>> usage has increased substantially. Linux is main stream. I think the
>> culture surrounding Linux has changed and those guys and gals using
>> Linux 18 years ago might have grown up or old. I think Linux was
>> counter culture 20 years ago and now everyone is using it. I watched
>> the decline in the lists. 10 years ago the PLUG and TFUG were alive, as
>> was AZPHP. Now they are ghost towns.
> This is definitely the case. I started using Linux in 2000. I was single,
> a student, etc. Many of my friends and colleagues using Linux were the
> same. Now many years later I'm married with kids, less spare time to do
> stuff :) I'm still pretty passionate about Linux and open source (I work
> for Red Hat and I'm a Debian Maintainer), but the actual time I have for
> running installfests and going to meetups is significantly less.
> By the way, hi, I'm kinda new here. I moved to Tucson from South Africa at
> the end of last year.
> Raoul Snyman
> +1 (520) 490-9743
> raoul at snyman.info
> Tucson Free Unix Group - tfug at tfug.org
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