Paul L. Snyder on 13 Jan 2015 10:46:20 -0800

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[PLUG] [plug-announce] (Today) Tue, Jan 13, 2014: PLUG North - "systemd: The Anti-busybox" by Rich Freeman (*6:30 pm* at CoreDial in Blue Bell)

PLUG North will be meeting on Tuesday, January 13 at CoreDial's new
offices in Blue Bell, beginning at 6:30 pm. Directions to the meeting
location can be found at the end of this email.

This month's meeting will feature a talk by frequent presenter Rich
Freeman. Rich is a long-time member of PLUG, and currently serves on
the Gentoo Council.  The talk will be entitled "systemd: The Anti-busybox"

  By now, everybody has heard about systemd, the new init implementation
  that has been taking the Linux world by storm.  This talk will introduce
  the underlying concepts of systemd; discuss its practical, day-to-day
  use; and explore some of the possibilities that it holds the for
  developer, the distribution creator, and the system administrator.

Never been to a meeting before? New to Linux? Please help us plan an
series of new-user-friendly talks.

At 6:30, prior to the main meeting, we'll assemble in CoreDial's game room
for shuffleboard, pool, and conversation. (Note: RSVP is not required this
month, as food is not being provided.)
The meeting will take place on Tuesday, July 8, from 6:30-9pm (6:30-7 games
and conversation, 7-8 General Q&A, 8-9 Presentation) at CoreDial's new
office space in Blue Bell, PA.

CoreDial (

  751 Arbor Way
  Blue Bell, PA 19422

Directions and other information are on our website:
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