[opensource] Re: [colug-432] February COLUG Meeting Announcement
rmt at casita.net
Mon Feb 20 10:35:02 EST 2012
Having encountered widely varying opinions about source build, what do
YOU say about it? Why do we use FOSS? If we *use* FOSS, does that
mean (to you) that we should actually *build* from source? Why and
when should we and should we not [re]build from sources?
I'm priming the pump for this pres. Will be showing my own how-to,
which to me seems like do-it-in-your-sleep easy. But part of the talk
will include the rationale for going this route. Lemme know what
questions or points come to mind.
-- R; <><
On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 11:15 AM, Scott Merrill <skippy at skippy.net> wrote:
> MEETING NOTICE
> Central Ohio Linux Users Group
> Date: Saturday, February 25 2012 from 1 PM to 3 PM local
> Meeting Presentation
> Our own Rick Troth will present "Use the Source". We all advocate
> FOSS, but how often do we actually *use* source code?
> Compiling from sources can be a lot of work. But a few tools and
> methods make it easier. There is a range of possibilities, from
> building just one or two apps to building a complete self hosting
> system. It's easy. It's fun. Come see how.
> Working on a cool new project? Stuck on a specific problem? Share with
> the group! As always, feel free to bring with you any ailing or
> problematic systems for expert diagnosis (or destruction).
> The upcoming meeting is open to the general public, and all with an
> interest in Free Software, Open Source, Linux, BSD, Unix, Windows, are
> invited. There are no dues or fees.
> MEETING SITE
> The February 2012 meeting will be held in the Board Room at:
> 1275 Kinnear Rd.
> Columbus, OH
> Check out the web site at: http://www.colug.net/
> Send administrative mail to: colugx at colug.net with any questions.
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