April 2019 OLUG Meeting

The April 2019 OLUG meeting is coming up on Tuesday, April 2nd at the AIM Brain Exchange, 1902 Howard ST, at 6:30 PM

Presentation: Linux Tapas!
Presenter: Aaron Grothe

The meeting will be streamed live on YouTube Live. We sometimes experience technical difficulties with our setup.

Attending the meeting in person does work around most of the technical difficulties

YouTube Live — https://www.youtube.com/omahalug-April 2019

Parking Info — http://www.olug.org/faqs/where-do-i-park-for-the-meeting

We usually have a social hour after the meeting at the The Verdict Bar and Grill. (It’s Taco Tuesday!)

March 2019 OLUG Meeting

The March 2019 OLUG Meeting is coming up on Tuesday, March 5th at 6:30 PM at 1902 Howard Street, at the AIM Brain Exchange in Omaha, NE.

Presentation: Face First into Ansible

Presenter: Teale Sloterdijk

The Meeting will be streamed live on Youtube live – we do sometimes experience technical difficulties with our streaming setup.
Attending the meeting in person does work around most technical difficulties. 🙂

Youtube live – https://www.youtube.com/omahalugMarch 2019

Parking info: http://www.olug.org/faqs/where-do-i-park-for-the-meeting

February 2019 OLUG Meeting

The February 2019 OLUG Meeting is coming up on Tuesday, February 5th at 6:30 PM at 1902 Howard Street, at the AIM Brain Exchange in Omaha, NE.

Presentation: STIG and OpenSCAP

Presenter: Dave Thacker

The Meeting will be streamed live on Youtube live – we do sometimes experience technical difficulties with our streaming setup.
Attending the meeting in person does work around most technical difficulties. 🙂

Youtube live – https://www.youtube.com/omahalug February 2019

Parking info: http://www.olug.org/faqs/where-do-i-park-for-the-meeting

January 2019 – No OLUG Meeting

There will be no January 2019 OLUG meeting due to the first Tuesday of the month occurring on January 1st, New Years Day.

See you in February!

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