Dustin Boyd duboyd at redhat.com
Wed Jul 3 15:39:47 MDT 2019

Denver Red Hat Users Group (RHUG) is getting active again under new
management (I had to bow out due to available time). We have an event to
update on happenings from Summit 2019 and RHEL 8 updates -

Hopefully the SFS group can bring a party again as you did at the last one
I did at Comcast.


Dustin Boyd, RHCA

Solutions Architect, DoD - Air Force

Red Hat <https://www.redhat.com/>

duboyd at redhat.com

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On Wed, Jul 3, 2019 at 10:28 AM David L. Willson <dlwillson at thegeek.nu>

> Consider joining and participating in your nearest LUG (Linux User Group).
> If you already have and do, high five to you. When and where does your
> LUG meet?
> In Colorado, I know three LUG meetings coming next week that may be of
> interest:
> - Golden LUG inaugural meeting - Monday, July 8th, 6:30'ish at New Terrain
> Brewing Company
> - CLUE resumption meeting - Tuesday, July 9th - door opens at 6:30 at the
> Comfy Room / SFS HQ / 4237 W Grand Ave, Denver - http://cluedenver.org/ (The
> website's out-of-date. Someone should fix that.)
> - BLUG meeting - Thursday, July 11th and every 2nd Thursday at Rule4 -
> http://www.lug.boulder.co.us/
> People often conflate Linux and Free Software, which is like conflating
> Ubuntu and Linux, or FreeBSD and BSD. Linux is *a* Free Software. Ubuntu is
> *a* Linux. Who cares? Well, as long as we know what Free Software is, no
> problem. But, if we lose track of that, if we suppose that Linux is just
> another OS, with it's pros and cons, and various levels of applicability to
> various situations, if we miss the innovation-enhancing foundation of
> freedom on which it is built and on which it continues to thrive, then we
> will fail to understand *why* Linux has done so well on every thing from
> Top500 to toasters, search engines to sprinkler systems. If we fail to see
> why preserving the *other* guy's freedom to innovate, even on top of *my*
> innovation, is important, we will have missed not just what makes Linux
> work so well, but we will have missed the soul of it.
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