Welcome to MDLUG!
Items of interest for the MDLUG community
The elections are over and the new officers have accepted their duties.
Since several members at the January meeting expressed an interest in website development, we will start having a session at each meeting to learn how to create and enhance a website. Our live, interactive sessions will be based on the excellent w3schools.com website.
MDLUG meets monthly at 12:00 pm to around 3:00 pm on the Second Saturday. Each meeting usually begins with MDLUG business and/or an open discussion. The formal presentation starts at 1:00 pm. After the meeting, some of us usually go to a local restaurant.
We are now meeting at the Caroline Kennedy Library in Dearborn Heights. Take any of the small streets within a block or two NorthWest of Telegraph and Ford and look for the group of buildings. The library is at the NorthWest corner of George and Fenton.
Parking is available on the West side of the building. There are several meeting rooms, so ask at the front desk if you cannot find us.
Caroline Kennedy Library
24590 George St.
Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
February 11, 2017
Have you heard about the one-armed techie who caught a fish this long? (Imagine a penguin holding out one flipper.) Join us for some fun.
Something new! We will have the first session in a series about website development. We'll begin with a look at HTML: what it is and how it works.
We will have plenty of time for discussion on all things open source. If you have questions about Linux, bring your questions (and perhaps your computer) to this meeting!
Keep up with with the Members
We have some active mailing lists for a range of user skill levels. Please visit our Mailing Lists.
- MDLUG, the "main list" for discussion of Linux and technology in general;
- MDLUG-Newbie, where new users can ask Linux questions that they might hesitate to ask on the main list;
- MDLUG-Admin, where details of cat herding...er, running MDLUG are discussed; and
- MDLUG-Discuss, where members discuss whatever else may be on their minds.