GeekMeet #1 la Tg Mures

Am participat la prima editie a intalnirii GeekMeet din Tg Mures. Evenimentul – daca pot spune asa – e o ocazie in care oamenii se pot intalni intr-un cadru prietenesc si discuta despre diverse subiecte (IT, Web, su altele).

Ce s-a povestit acolo gasiti aici iar poze si video aici.

Acest eveniment nu este singular si se vor repeta in mai multe orase. Mai multe pe pagina oficiala GeekMeet.ro

Bun venit

Bun venit pe site-ul LUG-Mureş , locul de adunare al iubitorilor de pinguini şi software liber din mureş şi nu numai.Pe acest site v-om posta diverse anunţuri , ştiri şi se v-or face anunturile legate de evenimentele LUG-Mures.

De asemenea v-om avea şi o mică galerie cu poze de la diverse întâlniri/evenimente pe care o veti puteţi accesa la adresa http://www.lug-mures.org/galerie.

Lista noastră de discutii o puteti găsiti la adresa http://groups.google.com/group/lug-mures.

Exista si un Canal de irc dedicat pe serverele irc.freenode.net numit #lug-mures

Pentru orice nelămuriri sau sugestii vă rugăm contactaţi-ne folosind formularul de contact de la adresa http://www.lug-mures.org/contact.

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