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Who is CLUE?

Colorado Linux Users & Enthusiasts (CLUE) is the Linux User's Group (LUG) for the Denver metro area. Our goal is simple: we advocate the GNU/Linux operating system. Our advocacy is achieved by social gatherings and dissemination of information about GNU/Linux, and other Free and Open Source software.

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.

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 encourage you to get involved in CLUE remotely by joining the CLUE email lists.

We have hosted Installfests, where CLUEbies gather to share knowledge about Linux installation and configuration. While everyone seemed to enjoy them we do not have volunteers to organize them at this time. Hopefully that will change sooner rather than later.

Monthly Meeting

CLUE hosts a monthly meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.

Next Meeting: 13 October 2015, 7:00 PM
Location: McAfee
Speaker: Alan Robertson, Assimilation Systems and The Assimilation Project
Topic: How to Painlessly Discover What You Don't Know about your Infrastructure - Before It Bites You Where It Hurts

This talk will give a demo, and will cover the usage, architecture, and future of the Assimilation project. It is aimed at system engineers, administrators, IT architects, security professionals, and IT managers. Come learn how you can use the Assimilation Project to get X-ray vision into your infrastructure with near-zero configuration. See the full abstract.

Upcoming meetings:

  • 10 November—Still looking for a speaker so get the word out!
Speakers Needed: CLUE is seeking speakers to give presentations for our meetings. Topics may be anything related to Linux or other Free/Open-Source software. If you would like to make a presentation at one of our meetings, or know of someone who would, please contact Dave Anselmi.

Web Site

The code for this web site is available from GitLab.

You should be able to clone the code from https://gitlab.com/CLUE/web.git.

If you see anything you want to change, get the code and submit a merge request. In fact, maybe your first change could be to write down how to do that right here.


An "Installfest" is a social gathering where folks interested in Linux share knowledge about Linux installation and configuration. Often, those new to or interested in Linux will bring their computers for installation assistance. Others have already installed Linux and wish to try out new configurations or software. Typically, the CLUE installfests last for most of a weekend day.

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 Website: If you find errors in the web site please report them to webmaster. The site is hosted on gitorious so you can help improve it (starting with the CLUE Dev page, perhaps.

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 Sponsorship: If your organization or business would like to become a CLUE Sponsor, please contact 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.

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