NYLUG Open hacker hours

Oct 21, 2014 · New York, United States of America

You're invited to hack along with the New York Linux Users Group!

Please note the venue for this event has changed, we are no longer at 66 Leroy Street
**Additional Instructions on how to get there
Campus Directions
Campus Map

Here are walking directions from the 1 train at 137th and Broadway (approximately 10 minutes) :
From the 1

Here are walking directions from the B/D train at 145th and Saint Nichols Avenue (approximately 10 minutes):
From the B/D

For perspective:

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**This is our first time meeting there, please have a government issued form of ID with you. **

This is a peer-supported workshop where we get together to share current challenges and approaches to solving problems or just work alongside like-minded individuals and learn through osmosis.

This event is NOT a lecture-style meeting. The agenda is generally set when someone posses a question, so bring questions!

Some topics of discussion are:

-Install/configuration assistance/ (possibly a "getting started" guide)

-Documentation/Standards/"Best Practices"

-Current events/Conventions

-Release testing/bug reporting

-Other projects (Pi/Arduino/Analog devices)

You may also find someone willing to debate VI vs Emacs (however don't expect a conclusion to it ! )

A laptop is not required but strongly reccomended. 
(If you are working a problem , some log/debugging information will be required)

Bring a project, topic or questions and work with other enthusiasts on using Linux or get assistance with your own Linux/Open Source projects.

(Geeks are more sociable solving problems rather then just talking about themselves )

The coordinators can also provide pointers based on their experience on how to get up and running as well as documentation and other resources for new users.

Event organizers
  • NYLUG - New York Linux Users Group

    NYLUG.org is New York's Linux Users Group supporting all things Linux and Open Source in the greater New York area. Members are Linux enthusiasts who come to the meetings and installfests, subscribe to a mailing list, and/or participate in keysignings and other NYLUG events. Meetings are free and open to the public (RSVP usually required). Meetings will usually (but not always) take place the ...

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