Now life is opening up there will be people at the Bull on Tuesday, so it is worth a visit (their beer really is top class – find it at 1, Price Street, B4 6JU https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/52.48648/-1.89558 Charles will be giving a talk on Asterisk and Freepbx about his experience implementing a system for Birmingham Friends… Read More »
Richard Zybert from Zybert Computing Ltd. has offered to talk about a case study of a company of 40 staff who chose to migrate totally to Linux. http://www.zybert.co.uk
Gareth Hay will be talking about Zabbix and Graphana. Zabbix is an open source network monitoring tool used in many Network Operation Centers. Grafana is an open source visualization and analytics software package that can use a variety of data sources. Gareth will show us how he combines the two to give greater flexibility to… Read More »
We have no speaker for this evening, but join us for a chat about Linux, tech related discussions and maybe a drink. Two things I would be interested in a bit of a chat are snap package manager and PiHole. Joining details on the mailing list.
There are no plans for a talk tonoght, but there might be some discussion about git. Zoom details will be published on the mailing list. Join us for a chat about Linux, but technology in general.
This Tuesday Aaron Sloman honorary professor of artificial intelligence and cognitive science at the University of Birmingham will be giving a talk. The title of his talk is: How did biological evolution produce brains able to make discoveries in geometry and topology that cannot be explained by known brain mechanisms, and are not replicated in… Read More »
The meeting will be on Zoom on Tuesday 17 November starting at 19:30 Zoom details will be on the mailing list. This November Charles will be talking about systemd – love it or hate it it is here to stay.
The October virtual LUG meeting will be held on 20th October 2020 at 7.30pm via Zoom. Please join the mailing list to receive the link. This month Tim Williams will be giving a talk on the rapidly developed “Covid Proof” online booking system now being successfully used by the Bala Lake Railway to manage socially… Read More »
The meeting will be on zoom, the details of which have been posted to the mailing list. Glen has offered a show and tell on Arduino and Raspberry Pi.
In August we will have a talk about Apache. More details later. The meeting will probably still be via zoom, details of how to join will be available before the meeting.