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 Visit our [:/Meetings:Meetings page] for more meetings and meet-ups.


News - IRC Meeting this Sunday!

We will have the IRC channel up every Sunday from 1-5pm. So feel free to drop in.

Note: The IRC channel is now "ubuntu-georgia" instead of "ubuntu-us-ga" in following with most of the other LoCos.


This group's purpose is to help promote and support Ubuntu and Open Source Software through out the State of Georgia.


Launchpad page

Join by adding yourself to the Launchpad page at:

Mailing List

Our mailing list is a great way to get in touch. Use it to communicate any problems, questions, or comments related to Georgia and Ubuntu.

For more information and to sign-up for our mailing list visit:


The #ubuntu-georgia channel on the Freenode IRC network can be used as needed for online meetings.

To get onto our IRC channel open your IRC client (if you need one you can get XChat out of Add/Remove Applications). Connect to the FreeNode Network (In XChat pull down the "IRC" menu, click "connect" and select "FreeNode"). Then join the ubuntu-georgia channel (in XChat type "/join #ubuntu-georgia" in the input box) and you are in.


We have our own forum hosted on at


IRC meetings are held ever Sunday 1-5pm ET.

  • Visit our [:/Meetings:Meetings page] for more meetings and meet-ups.


Free IT Athens

Free IT Athens is a non-profit community advocate for fair and open technology in Athens, Georgia and the surrounding areas. Our goal is to provide access to information technology resources that are cost-prohibitive or not available to greater Athens-Clarke County residents and organizations.

Free IT has many on going and upcoming projects. Most of which involve refurbishing older computers, installing Ubuntu Linux on them, and returning them to the community.

Open hours are held most Sundays 1-5 pm (See web site for closings, like for holidays). Open hours are a time for people to come in help, get help, or just hang out. See web site for more details.

Classic Hackers University of Georgia Linux User Group (CHUGALUG)

The Linux User Group for the University of Georgia, out of Athens, Georgia. Meetings have traditionally been held the last Thursday of the month at 7:30pm. Meetings usually have an informative speaker on a related Linux topic, and lots of time for open discussion and help.


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