Scottish Digest, Vol 402, Issue 1

Roy Bradley roybradley1980 at
Tue Oct 25 22:27:45 UTC 2016

Subject: my second successive time at the electron club

Good evening folks

This will be my second visit to the Linux User Group at the Electron club
this coming Thursday 27/10/2016, and barring any illness etc, I should
hopefully be able to make it there. First visit was really good, as was the
talk about etherpad, really glad I made it.

The one question I wanted to ask was, what time is it best to head up for
to be able to learn a little about Linux in general? Ive been using the Web
at home to find out stuff, (richard stallman, linus torvalds, KDE, Gnome,
Mint etc etc) but its always good to talk to more experienced users in
person (if this is possible)

Just wanted to double check this on here first, apologies if this email
subject is incorrect, I believe its more specific than the original one,
thank you all for reading.

Best Wishes, Roy

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> Hey all,
> Some of you may recall, during the meeting last month, Martin very kindly
> provided a demonstration of Etherpad and its capabilities.
> As part of this, we produced a document which focuses on a number of
> different issues facing Glasgow and its approaches to technology.
> We have put the results so far on a public Etherpad:
> What we now need to do is formalise this into a set of questions and
> suggestions for the City Council themselves. Can we work together this week
> to put this together? Martin has kindly offered to take these to the
> council for us.
> See you all on Thursday.
> Thanks,
> Kenny.
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