Berkeley Unix User Group

 

Open to the public, students and non-students, newbies and oldbies, hackers and wizards, all ages welcome!
Totally free (no fees or other expenses).

 

BUUG (Berkeley Unix User Group) is a friendly support network for residents of Berkeley, CA and surrounding areas, who want to learn and discuss Linux, BSD, Solaris, or other Unix-type systems. Specially geared to network the various *nix groups out there, and for those who attend structured meetings that would enjoy informal gatherings where like minds congregate.

 

Meetings

BUUG meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. Meetings are from 7-9pm at Au Coquelet Cafe. See schedule below to confirm meeting places and times. At Au Coquelet, we can be seen wih a large "BUUG" placard at our table, in the cafeteria section.

Our meetings are informal get togethers. There is no agenda, there are no designated speakers, and there are no topics off limits. You are welcome to bring your questions/problems to ask the group; technology demonstrations are always enjoyed. Unfortunately, Cafe Au Coquelet does not give us access to electricity to power computers.

Directions to the meetings

Meeting Schedule
OCTOBER 2014

2nd (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm
16th (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm

NOVEMBER 2014

6th (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm
20th (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm

DECEMBER 2014

4th (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm
18th (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm

JANUARY 2015

1st (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm
15th (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm

FEBRUARY 2015

5th (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm
19th (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm

MARCH 2015

5th (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm
19th (Thu): Au Coquelet , 7-9pm

 

Mailing List

We have a mailing list to communicate between meetings. The mailing list is open to everyone, regardless of where they live or even whether or not they can attend the meetings.

If you are going to participate in the mailing list, we ask that you observe the following rules:

  1. No commercial postings. This includes job offers, merchandise, software, or services.
  2. Be courteous. While you are free to express your opinions, likes, dislikes, or recipes for lentil soup, rampant hostility will not be tolerated.
To subscribe to the list, visit the list information page.

You can also review the mailing list archives.


 


Links

What self serving web page would be complete without a list of outdated links?

Calendar of Unix-Related Events
Ready-made calendar of all Unix-related events in the San Francisco bay area, courtesy of Rick Moen.
Unix-Related Resources
A diverse list of Unix-type resources, online as well as offline.
 

Contact Us

Due to a spate of inappropriate mail (often uncompletely related to our focus), we no longer list the email address of our administrative list on our web page. Instead, you can use our mail form to send us an email.



Last updated by Aaron Porter: Thu Apr 26 15:36:22 PDT 2012