Portland Linux/Unix Group

Portland Linux/Unix Group

Portland Linux/Unix Group

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The Portland Linux/Unix Group, also called the Portland Linux Users Group, (PLUG) is a group of Linux enthusiasts in Portland, Oregon. The group was started in early 1994 as a venue to discuss and promote Linux, and is one of the oldest Linux User Groups in existence.

Note that this is not the same group as .

PLUG's activities include the following:

  • - The group's general list averages between 800 and 1000 messages a month ().
  • - A monthly meeting covering subjects that are considered too technical for average users.
  • - A monthly install-fest
  • - A group dedicated to promoting Linux for use in education.

Other groups and projects associated with PLUG include:
  • -
  • LinuxFund - The LinuxFund gives grants to worthy Open Source projects.
  • Free Geek - a not for profit community organization that recycles used technology to provide computers, education, Internet access and job skills training to those in need in exchange for community service.
  • Personal Telco - a wireless community project. PersonalTelco is the reason Portland was declared in 2003.
  • - The Mid-Willamette Valley Linux Users Group.

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