[sf-lug] Noisebridge Wiki has a Linux Section
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Sat May 26 23:19:19 PDT 2012
Quoting James Sundquist (sundquistjames at gmail.com):
> Not sure if all of you are aware, but this list has served as the
> inspiration for regular meetups at Noisebridge for a few years. I've just
> added a Linux section <https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Linux> to their
> website/mediawiki and hope you will feel inspired to add to it yourselves
> as anyone is welcome to get involved. There are currently multiple classes
> that meet on a regular basis: General Discussion, System Administration, C
> and the Assembler. We're now looking to offer two new, bi-monthly classes:
> a 101 Linux Introductory class for those with no experience whatsoever on a
> bi-monthly basis and a class that focuses solely on system recovery. The
> recovery class will have the fun name Fie: Failure is Eminent.
I've always considered failure to be conspicuous, noteworthy,
distinguished, and lofty, too.
One slightly different word is 'imminent'. It means forthcoming,
impending, likely to occur at any moment. ;->
Fabulous idea to have a data-recovery class!
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