What do we know about WLUG's history? If it really is one of the oldest
LUGs, it might merit a Wikipedia article. It would be great if we could
flesh that out, too.
This article seems like it could use a list of LUGs:
On Tue, Jan 14, 2020 at 1:43 PM Dennis Payne via WLUG <wlug(a)lists.wlug.org>
The NatickFOSS group uses gettogether.community
instead of meetup.com
don't know that it has gotten us any visibility but the software is open
source. I've been tempted to join meetup to go to Boston Indie Game
Developer meetings but have so far held off.
The NatickFOSS group also gets a booth at the Science on State Street
event at Framingham State. It is a free STEM activity fair for kids. My job
at the event is to generally occupy the time of the kids so the other
members talk to the parents. First year I had a playstation controller
hooked up to my laptop and held it out to any kid that walked by. Last year
I brought the arcade machine assembled by my son's cub scout den. Any idea
if WPI does any thing similar? Even if it is something only for WPI
students it might be useful to alert people to the group's existence.
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