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The barrier to entry is really low: a member is defined as someone who has attended at least one CLUG [[meetings|meeting]] and is a member of the [[mailing lists#clug-announce|clug-announce mailing list]]. See our [[constitution]] for more definitions and more information about out objectives.
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The barrier to entry is really low: a member is defined as someone who has attended at least one CLUG [[meetings|meeting]] and is a member of the [[mailing lists#clug-announce|clug-announce mailing list]]. See our [[constitution]] for more definitions and more information about our objectives.
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].

!!! Membership

CLUG is entirely volunteer-driven, and there are no membership fees. We rely on external sponsors to cover the organisation's costs.

The barrier to entry is really low:
a member is defined as someone who has attended at least one CLUG [[meetings|meeting]] and is a member of the [[mailing lists#clug-announce|clug-announce mailing list]]. See our [[constitution]] for more definitions.
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[mailing lists]].

!!
Membership

CLUG
is entirely volunteer-driven.  Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. We rely on external sponsors to cover the organisation's costs.

The barrier to entry is really low: a member is defined as someone who has attended at least one CLUG [[meetings|meeting]] and is
a member of the [[mailing lists#clug-announce|clug-announce mailing list]]. See our [[constitution]] for more definitions and more information about out objectives.
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!!! Where do I get help with Linux?
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!! Where do I get help with Linux?
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Membership is open to all and we have no membership charges. (Read our [[Constitution | constitution]] for more about membership.)
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CLUG is entirely volunteer-driven, and there are no membership fees. We rely on external sponsors to cover the organisation's costs.

The barrier to entry is really low: a member is defined as someone who has attended at least one CLUG [[meetings|meeting]] and is a member of the [[mailing lists#clug-announce|clug-announce mailing list]]. See our [[constitution]] for more definitions.

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* Read our members blogs on [[http://park.clug.org.za/ | CLUG Park]]
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* Read our members' blogs on [[http://park.clug.org.za/ | CLUG Park]]
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Find us on your favourite social networks:

[[http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2477127076|Attach:Facebook_32.png"Facebook Group"]] [[http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=27020&trk=hb_side_g|Attach:Linkedin_32.png"LinkedIn Group"]] [[http://www.linux.com/community/groups/viewgroup/191-CLUG|Attach:Linux_32.png]] [[http://www.last.fm/group/CLUG|Attach:Lastfm_32.png"Last.fm Group"]] [[http://identi.ca/group/cluggers|Attach:Identica_32.png"Identica Group"]] [[http://twitter.com/#search?q=CLUG|Attach:Twitter_32.png"Twitter Feed"]] [[http://friendfeed.com/list/clug|Attach:Friendfeed_32.png"Friendfeed List"]] [[http://google.com/linux|Attach:Google_32.png"Linux on Google"]] [[http://www.youtube.com/channel/cluggers|Attach:Youtube_32.png"YouTube Channel"]] [[Feeds|Attach:Rss_32.png"RSS Feed"]]
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* Find us on various [[social networks]]
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You can also ask for help on the CLUG [[Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[blog:members/irc-channel | CLUG IRC Channel]].
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You can also ask for help on the CLUG [[Mailing Lists]] or pop into the CLUG [[IRC Channel]].
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* Chat on our [[blog:members/irc-channel | IRC channel]]
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* Chat on our [[IRC channel]]
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[blog:members/mailing-lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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You can also ask for help on the [[blog:members/mailing-lists | CLUG Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[blog:members/irc-channel | CLUG IRC Channel]].
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You can also ask for help on the CLUG [[Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[blog:members/irc-channel | CLUG IRC Channel]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[blog:members/mailing-lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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You can also ask for help on the [[mailing lists | CLUG Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[blog:members/irc-channel | CLUG IRC Channel]].
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You can also ask for help on the [[blog:members/mailing-lists | CLUG Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[blog:members/irc-channel | CLUG IRC Channel]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[blog:members/mailing-lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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You can also ask for help on the [[blog:members/mailing-lists | CLUG Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[blog:members/irc-channel | CLUG IRC Channel]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[blog:mailing-lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[blog:members/mailing-lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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* Join one of our [[blog:members/mailing-lists | mailing lists]]
* Chat on our [[blog:members/irc-channel | IRC channel]]
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You can also ask for help on the [[blog:mailing-lists | CLUG Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[blog:irc-channel | CLUG IRC Channel]].
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You can also ask for help on the [[blog:members/mailing-lists | CLUG Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[blog:members/irc-channel | CLUG IRC Channel]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[blog:meetings|meetings]], social events and [[blog:mailing-lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[meetings]], social events and [[blog:mailing-lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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''We are in the process of migrating data from our old wiki to this wiki -- we apologise for any inconvenience caused by our construction efforts.''
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* Join one of our [[blog:mailing-lists | mailing lists]]
* Chat on our [[blog:irc-channel | IRC channel]]
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'''About CLUG:''' [[Constitution]], [[CLUG Statements|Statements]], [[CLUG Sponsors|Sponsors]], [[CLUG Bank Details|Bank Details]], [[Committee Contact Details|Contact Details]]
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''Hosting and bandwidth for this website is sponsored by Frogfoot Networks.''
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If you can't find anything helpful, you can ask for help on the [[CLUG Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[CLUG IRC Channel]].
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You can also ask for help on the [[blog:mailing-lists | CLUG Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[blog:irc-channel | CLUG IRC Channel]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[CLUG Meetings|meetings]], [[CLUG Events|social events]] and [[CLUG Mailing lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[blog:meetings|meetings]], social events and [[blog:mailing-lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[CLUG Meetings|meetings]], [[CLUG Events|social events]] and [[CLUG Mailing lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[Wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[Wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[CLUG Meetings|meetings]], [[CLUG Events|social events]] and [[CLUG Mailing lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].
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!!! Welcome to the CLUG Wiki
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(:title Welcome to the CLUG Wiki :)
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(:comment  Please don't change the format of this next line without checking with Stefano River
.      The script that announces talks depends on the format remaining as is. :)
'''[[Upcoming Talks]]: 24 April 2012: mod_gnutls''':
[[Dash Shendy]]
(:comment  Thank you :)
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[[CLUG Meetings|More information on CLUG talks...]]
* You looking for the latest [[http://www.ubuntu.com/ | Ubuntu]] release? It'll be
on the UCT [[Freedom Toaster]]
(:divend:)

!!! Introduction

The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the [[wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[CLUG Meetings|meetings]], [[CLUG Events|social events]] and [[CLUG Mailing lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[CLUG Constitution|our constitution]].

This website is a wiki, and all pages are editable by the public. Feel free to contribute to this site, your contributions are appreciated.

'''About CLUG:''' [[CLUG Constitution|
Constitution]], [[CLUG Statements|Statements]], [[CLUG Sponsors|Sponsors]], [[CLUG Bank Details|Bank Details]], [[Committee Contact Details|Contact Details]]
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!!! Welcome to the CLUG Wiki

The Cape Linux User Group is a non
-profit organization located in the [[wikipedia:Western Cape|Western Cape]], [[wikipedia:South Africa|South Africa]] which aims to promote Linux; [[http://www.opensource.org/ | Open Source]] and [[http://www.fsf.org/ | Free Software]] and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another via [[CLUG Meetings|meetings]], [[CLUG Events|social events]] and [[CLUG Mailing lists|mailing lists]]. Membership is open to all, and there are no membership fees. For more information on our objectives refer to [[Constitution|our constitution]].

'''About CLUG
:''' [[Constitution]], [[CLUG Statements|Statements]], [[CLUG Sponsors|Sponsors]], [[CLUG Bank Details|Bank Details]], [[Committee Contact Details|Contact Details]]
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Membership is open to all and we have no membership charges. (Read our [[http://wiki.clug.org.za/wiki/CLUG_Constitution | constitution]] for more about membership)

* Join one of our [[http://wiki.clug.org.za/wiki/CLUG_Mailing_Lists | Mailing Lists]]
* Chat on our [[http://wiki.clug.org.za/wiki/CLUG_IRC_Channel | IRC Channel]]
* Read our members blogs on [[http://wiki.clug.org.za/wiki/ClugPark | CLUG Park]]

!!! Where do I get help?

Firstly,
[[http://google.com/linux | Google]] is your friend. There are plenty of other wiki's on the Internet that may contain useful information for your distribution:
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Membership is open to all and we have no membership charges. (Read our [[Constitution | constitution]] for more about membership.)

* Join one of our [[blog:mailing-lists | Mailing Lists]]
* Chat on our [[blog:irc-channel | IRC Channel]]
* Read our members blogs on [[http://park.clug.org.za/ | CLUG Park]]

!!! Where do I get help with Linux?

Firstly,
[[http://google.com/linux | Google]] is your friend. There are plenty of other wikis on the Internet that may contain useful information for your distribution:
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If you can't find anything that'll help you, you can ask for help on the [[CLUG Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[CLUG IRC Channel]].

Other Linux Related Websites and Groups in South Africa:
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If you can't find anything helpful, you can ask for help on the [[CLUG Mailing Lists]] or pop into the [[CLUG IRC Channel]].

Other Linux-related websites and groups in South Africa:
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!!! Other

* [[Cape Town Linux Companies]]
* For a list of new pages, see: [[Special:Newpages]]
* Possible CLUG/LEG role(s) in [[Shuttleworth Lab renewal]]

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