We’re looking for input from the Linux community: what can we do that you’d be interested in?
We hope to host virtual meetings with presentations from professionals and enthusiasts followed by discussions, Q&A sessions, and – post Covid-19, for those locally, perhaps an in-person snack and / or drink.
Comment below, or email us: mailto:email@example.com.
I can’t think of any Canadian Linux podcasts.
Alan Jude(sp?) – a BSD expert – is on 2.5admins.com Linux podcast with Jim Salter (Ars Technica) and Joe Ressington (Linux Luddites, now Late Night Linux and many others).
Anyone interested in a Canadian Linux podcast perspective?
Also, we could use a logo.
Ideas kicked around have a penguin, mountains, conifers, and / or a dogwood flower (official BC flower).
Anyone with a bit of artistic skill interested in helping out? We’d love to hear from you, either via the mailing list or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oh, as mentioned earlier today … Jitsi Meet.
I’d done a program that takes a minimal Debian install to a functioning Jitsi server in … literally only minutes.
Anyway, if that might be of interest …: