If you can't find a User Group in one directory, try another. These directories are rarely complete, but the group you need is probably listed in at least one of them.
Finding a Computer User Group in Your Area
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Linux User Groups
GLUE - a directory of Linux User Groups maintained by SSC.
LUGR - Linux User Group directory maintained by Linux.org
LUG List Project
Linux Users' Groups Webring
- news:comp.os.linux.announce This newsgroup includes announcements of User Group meetings
Search the archives at http://stump.algebra.com/~cola/ using the keyword LOCAL for User Group announcements
User Groups in and near New York City
- OBJDEV NY/NJ/CT Computer User Groups Directory
The OBJect DEVeloper Group maintains perhaps the best directory of User Groups (and Computer Professional Orgs) (Linux and others) within the Tri-State Area
APPEARS TO BE GONE - april 2005
- Casandra's Tri-State Directory
User Groups and computer professiona organizations in New York, New Jersey, and Connectict, organized by category
User Groups World Wide
- APCUG User Group Locator
The Association of Personal Computer User Groups maintains a directory of its members throughout the world. This includes organizations for home users and professional users, and covers most (if not all) available computer platforms.
- APCUG Locator by telephone - instructions page
discontinued - unfortunately
- Ash Nallawalla's Master List of Computer User Groups on the Web
- also see his list of User Group newsletters: http://crm911.com/ugnotw/
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last updated April 29, 2005 by r.d.shanen
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