[nmglug] [ABQLUG] Meetup for May will be virtual

Ted Pomeroy ted.pome at gmail.com
Tue May 5 07:00:32 PDT 2020

NMGLugers, I hope a few of us can join the ABQ GLUG tonight at 6pm. I am
wondering if I was correct in telling a user to keep Ubuntu 14.04 on a
Pentium M / 2GB ram laptop rather than risk upgrading to 16.04. For now her
system is working. I suggested she look for and budget for a 64 bit
machine. She would like to do some video calling/conferences, but is having
trouble. My experience is that a 64 bit machine with ample ram is now
desirable and perhaps necessary for the average (no commandline) user. I
hope we can discuss. Thank you, Ted P.

On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 7:55 PM ABQLUG <community at abqlug.com> wrote:

> Hey everyone,
> The ABQ Linux User Group will have a virtual meetup on May 5th 2020 at
> ~6:00 pm.
> Currently the Jitsi-meet server is offline. But on Tuesday, you can
> join directly here: https://live.abqlug.com/MayMeetup
> If you are on a desktop or laptop, all you need is a current web
> browser.
> For more information on how to use a mobile device, or if you have
> issues using the Jitsi-meet app. Please visit:
> https://www.abqlug.com/attendee/
> Remember to change your name when you join. You can change your name by
> going to the bottom right (triple dots) and selecting "me".
> If you're interested in how I set this up, please visit:
> https://gitlab.com/ABQLUG/Install-Jitsi-Meet-with-Docker-Compose
> Perhaps we'll probably talk about the new Ubuntu 20.04 and Fedora 32
> releases. But overall no topics are officially scheduled.
> Hope to see you all there!
> Jared
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