Who is CLUE?
Participation in CLUE is free and open to everyone. We have regular meetings, and provide several mailing lists for discussions about Free and Open Source Software, and other topics of interest to Linux enthusiasts. Meetings are held in the Denver Tech. Center area on the second Tuesday of each month.
We regretfully announce that we have cancelled the membership program. It's been quite clear for quite a while that we were never going to fulfill the promise of benefits reserved for CLUE members, and it's about time we officially admitted that.
Whether you are new to Linux, a Linux expert, or just interested in Linux, please join us at our next meeting. If you cannot attend the monthly meetings, we also host Installfests, where CLUEbies gather to share knowledge about Linux installation and configuration. Finally, you can be involved in CLUE remotely by joining the CLUE email lists.
Next Meeting: 12 August 2014, 7:00 PM
Speaker: Quentin Hartman & Chris Hirsch
Topic: Owncloud and application to BitTorrent Sync.
Note: McAfee has moved so we will meet in their new building. Use the link above to get directions.
- 9 September—David Willson: How to teach tech.
We try to alternate locations between the DeVry University Denver South Campus in the Denver Tech Center and DeVry Westminster near 120th and Huron. Please see our Installfest page for more information.
CLUE Presentations: If you would like to make a presentation at a CLUE meeting, or know someone who would, please contact our Speaker Coordinator: Dave Anselmi.
CLUE Donations: CLUE now has a donation button. David Willson is serving as our agent for accepting donations to CLUE's treasury via Paypal. If you would care to donate money in support of CLUE, please use the Donate button in the sidebar. CLUE funds are used to purchase web hosting services, and supplies for Installfests.