It's somewhat startling to realize OpenWRT wasn't nominated long ago ...
- OpenWrt is described as a Linux distribution for embedded devices.
Contributions - cash or equipment, but apparently to SPI, with instructions to forward to OpenWRT, instead of OpenWRT directly:
- https://dev.openwrt.org/wiki/SupportDonate - includes credit card payment means. No obvious PayPal mechanism sticks out.
KWLUG - The Kitchener-Waterloo Linux User Group is a monthly meeting of Linux enthusiasts. We meet in Kitchener, Ontario, usually on the first (non-holiday) Monday of the month. (Directions) Our meetings are free and open to those with an interest in Linux. Find out more about our meetings and browse the meeting minutes. Join our mailing lists.
Brent Clements demonstrates some Arduino projects, and Tim Laurence discusses different text formats you may encounter in the world. See kwlug.org/node/1247 for additional information, slides and other auxiliary materials. Note that this audio has had silences clipped.
In May we had a Blender/Krita presentation that emphasized Blender. This month we have a followup from Kyle Murphy, who will emphasize the digital painting tool Krita. He will offer some tips and techniques, shows how he incorporates Krita into game design, and demonstrate cross-functionality with Blender.
Michael Hitchens introduces the digital audio workstation software LMMS. Rocco Commisso gives an introduction to the 3D modelling program Blender. See kwlug.org/node/1243 for additional information, slides and other auxiliary materials.
This meeting will be held on our BigBlueButton instance: https://webconference.kwlug.org/room/kwlug
Paul Nijjar will explain how and why he transitioned from the GNU Screen multiplexer to Tmux.
The group will collectively hold a trivia night. You can bring some free-software trivia to share and maybe we will get stumped.
This meeting will be held on BigBlueButton: https://webconference.kwlug.org/room/kwlug .
Brent Clements will demonstrate a few "real world" uses for inexpensive Arduino controllers. He will start with a crash course on what they are and how to work with them. Next he will demonstrate how to control simple lights and other devices with simple programs, as well as discuss a couple of ways he has used Arduinos in the past.
John Kerr gives an overview of the notetaking app Joplin, and Doug Moen discusses the impending redesign of his programming language Curv. See kwlug.org/node/1239 for additional information, slides and other auxiliary materials. Note that this audio has had silences clipped.
This meeting will be held on BigBlueButton: https://webconference.kwlug.org/room/kwlug
Michael Hitchens will discuss LMMS, a digital audio workstation application used to create sounds and music. He writes: