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Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

Promoting Linux and Open Source Software Freedom in Atlanta Since 1994
Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts (ALE) is a diverse group of friendly people who enjoy the freedoms and benefits of GNU Linux Computing and Free Liberating Open Source Software technologies. From novices to network administrators, from smart phones to data centers, we strive to empower every information technology user with freely distributable software and to improve every computing environment with the superior security, functionality and flexibility of Open Source Operating System solutions. -- more about ALE --
For information about upcoming weekly and monthly meetings, please check the ALE Meetup Group Calendar. We do not, and never will, require anyone to sign up with Meetup (or any other service) to attend any of our meetings; we only use it as an additional platform to connect with others in the local Atlanta area who are also interested in Linux.

ALE Central Mtg. for Thurs., Jan. 15, 2009

Filed at 3:05 pm January 10, 2009 under by Ruscetta

Our feature presentation for the
ALE Central Meeting on Thursday,
January 15, 2009, 7:30pm, will be

“Fedora 10: Looking at Features,
Fixing the Flaws, and Planning the Future”

presented by David Nalley,
Regional Fedora Ambassador

— This talk will be a casual exploration of, and an open
dialog about, the many new design and package features
found in Fedora 10, the latest release of the Linux community
development distribution from which Red Hat Enterprise
Linux is derived. Supporting the goal of continuing to improve
Linux tools for the future, any audience questions, comments,
critiques or observations regarding Fedora Linux will be
welcome and encouraged.

— David Nalley is a Linux Sysadmim, a Fedora Developer
and the Regional Fedora Ambassador for the South Eastern
U.S. working out of Greenville, South Carolina. David travels
frequently to technology events throughout the region to
promote Fedora Linux distributions specifically and the FLOSS
philosophy in general. He recently journeyed to Atlanta for
the Software Freedom Day & Linux Fest 2008 celebrations in
September, where he graciously agreed to visit with ALE
again once Fedora 10 was released.

Our meeting time frame is 7:30pm to ~9:30pm
Directions to Emory Law School can be found
HERE (or via the side bar link).