The event drew approximately 25 people from all over central NY including members of the Syracuse Linux User Group (SyrLUG). The presentations had some technical difficulties but they went on none the less and were well received from all who attended. The area set aside from install was quite cramped do to the overwhelming response but we opened up more rooms and everyone found a spot. Overall we got a real positive response and plan on having more event in the future.
Install Fest In Progress
Install Fest in progress
Introduction to Open Source
The Syracuse area New York State LoCo is holding an introduction to opensource software and Ubuntu on Saturday February 20th from 1 to 4pm.
In an effort to ensure we have the proper facilities we are asking all attendees to register. Registration is always free and no information will be shared
The New York State Syracuse Area Loco in conjunction with the Syracuse Linux Users Group (SyrLUG) is hosting a series of open source talks and Install fest. The event is open and free to the public. Come shareand exploreopensource with your All are welcome.
University Christian Fellowship
512 Westcott St,
Syracuse, NY, 13210
Right next to the Westcott Theatre
date: February 20th, 2010
Presentations: 1pm until 2pm
Installs and Workshops: 1pm until 4pm
room: Main hall, Upstairs office.
amenities: parking, free wireless, Limited Hard-Wired space will be available.
Parking in off of S. Beech St in the 700 Block, east side of the street.
Don Newell - He will be presenting "What is Open-Source?" which is an introduction to open source and how it impacts daily life.
Lou Ruppert - He will be presenting "Safe Computing Through Better Software" which walks through practical examples of using open source software in daily life.