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Old 03-08-2009, 12:14 PM   #1
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Exclamation How To Run A Successful Linux User Group


Tech Radar have put together a very useful and well-written article on the setting up and running of a LUG. It is, at first glance, UK-centric but the ideas in their should translate to any country.

It also mentions using social networking sites to publicise events. Have a read is you are looking to set up a LUG and definitely have a read if you tink your current LUGs membership may be stagnating.

Article is here

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