We’re a small but enthusiastic group of Linux users located in Ontario, Canada. We’ve been around for over 20 years and have about a dozen members.
We were meeting monthly for member presentations and afterward, we’d get together at Tim Horton’s. Obviously, the pandemic has altered those plans. For now, we’ve taken our chats online using the free and open-source platform Jitsi. There may be occasional presentations. These virtual meetups are announced in the PLUG Forum and are open to everyone. You can also shoot us an email and we’ll add you to our notify list.
Speaking of the Forum, you should check it out! There’s plenty of information that can guide you on your Linux travels. Bring us your Linux problems, read reviews of Linux distributions, programs and desktop environments and get lots of pro tips. There’s also a non-Linux area where we discuss politics, current events and entertainment where you’ll find lots of movie, podcast and book suggestions. While we’re not presently accepting self-registration to the forum email us and we’ll add you.
Come and hang out with us soon!
Although we’ve had a long history, especially for a LUG, we still have 3 of the original members. And they contribute at meetings, though sometimes we do have to wipe the drool off their keyboards and tell them to stop humming at presentations. But it’s good to have the continuity our club has had, as the new ones replaced those who moved elsewhere, and we carry on the fight to bring Linux out of the shadows.Buster, long-time PLUG member