Debian 8.0 Jessie has been released

Coursera - Introduction to Interactive Python

If the presentation earlier tonight piqued your interest in Python, you can check out Part I of the course here:

April 2015 PLUG Meeting DELAYED ONE WEEK

Your not-so-fearless President has been battling a cold as well as the website all week. Consequently, the regular PLUG meeting has been moved one week back to Monday, April 20, 2015. Same place, same time as usual, just the Monday is different. Here's the topic:

Programming in Python

Jason Wallwork will give a tutorial on the extreme basics of Python. Python is a crazy easy programming language to get your feet wet with and yet still very powerful. It's also a great language for learning the basics to any programming language such as arithmetic expressions and variables. He will touch on those essentials as well as to what a function is (assuming we have the time).

Monday, April 20, 2015 - 7 PM - NOTE THE DIFFERENT DAY!!!

We have a Linux magazine swap at each meeting. Bring your recently-read Linux magazines to trade with other members. And we have a draw for an e-book of the winner's choice. Members get double the entries.

Applewood Manor
1500 Lansdowne Street West, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
Parking is on the east (right) side. Entrance is at the front of the building. From the front, go down the hall to the right, and enter the last door on the left.

After the meeting, everyone is invited to Tim Horton's on Lansdowne West (near Canadian Tire and Sobey's). They have free wireless in addition to their tasty doughnuts and coffee.

Hope you can make it!

Note: PLUG MUG nights continue every MONDAY night except the week of a regular PLUG meeting (as long as there is interest). Please check the forums for the weekly sign-up list.

Anti-spam module not working yet

The anti-spam module I use to keep spambots from registering and infesting the site isn't quite working as it should yet. I'm telling you this in case you guys see spam in the new Forums.

Fresh new forums

I haven't been successful at restoring the forums. I may give it another try in a few days. I discovered that Drupal has support for forums built-in. The forums module is pretty simple but I hoping everyone will give it a try.

You need to create an account. Your former Forums account will not work. If you have an OpenID though, you already have one. Click on that link. If you don't then, click on the Create new account link.

On the menu you will see a link as well as within Navigation on the left-hand side. Click on it. Choose an area and post when you have something to talk about. Notice, there are only four forums. I decided to go with a much simpler layout.


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