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Penguins do not fear the cold. Our certification-prep meetup is still going on tomorrow, even if the temperature calls for highs in the single digits.

Looks like we have a decent crowd for this meeting, too:

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The Linux Foundation is offering complimentary Networking Passes to LinuxCon North America, Aug 20-22 in Chicago. Pass includes access to keynotes, sponsor workshops, social and evening events. LinuxCon is a technical conference bringing together 1k+ Linux and open source developers, sys admins and devops professionals for networking & education.

To receive the complimentary pass, register here:
Select Networking Pass and enter discount code CHICOMP. 

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If you are reading this, you are invited to the FreeGeek Holiday Party on Friday!

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RT @omgubuntu: Who's Tried the 'Netflix Desktop' App for Linux? Working Ok? #netflix #linux

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NWCLUG's next meeting will be at Harper College in A238 at 7pm on Tuesday 10/2/12.
For (a bit) more info see

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Saturday, October 6th, 2012 10am-2pm

Uniforum Chicago Linux Meetup Group is proud to present

Journey to the center of systemd

Dan and Ada Rice Campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology
201 E Loop Rd
Room 103
Wheaton, IL

RSVP to Software Freedom Day

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Will you attend?

If you are planning to attend to the Software Freedom Day activities on
Saturday, September 15th, please register here: as soon as possible. It
is really important for us to keep track of how many people to expect.

The registration only require your name and e-mail address. If you have
any problem registering, please send me an email and I will know you are
planning to attend.

The admission to the event is free and open to all enthusiastic people.
If you write open source software, use free software, or are curious and
want to learn about software freedom and the FLOSS community, come join
us for Software Freedom Day!

Feel free to contact me by email if you have any further questions.


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