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Re: Sharing your free software / quarantine success story

From: Algot Runeman
Subject: Re: Sharing your free software / quarantine success story
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 2020 11:52:45 -0400
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Our local user group did have success in April using Jitsi Meet for 13 participants. We have been using the open source meeting announcement alternative for a while now. I was interested to note that someone has started a team (unofficial) for Libreplanet.

On 4/21/20 8:58 AM, LM wrote:
I'm currently very disappointed to find out that are nearest Linux
users group will be using Zoom for their next meeting.  I sent them
the information from the LibrePlanet wiki about Zoom issues and Free
software choices available.  They've decided to use Zoom anyway.  I'm
most disappointed since it's a Linux group and one would think they'd
care more about issues related to using Free Software.

If anyone knows of other Linux users groups that are having meetings
virtually using Free Software and wouldn't mind if people outside
their area joined in, would appreciate hearing about them.  It would
be great if there was an events page (something instead of meetup) or
mailing list where FLOSS related groups such as small users groups
could share their virtual meetings/events.

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