About LUV

Linux Users of Victoria is one of Australia's largest GNU/Linux, free software and open source user groups. We conduct two regular events in Melbourne each month. On the first Tuesday of the month LUV runs technical lectures at 200 Victoria St. Carlton, close to Melbourne's CBD and at Infoxchange in Richmond on the third Saturday of the month, LUV run a hands on workshop, addressing the issues of the users who turn up. The workshops have a "beginners" level talk, whereas the technical lectures are for an "intermediate" and "advanced" audience.

LUV has four regional chapters in Ballarat, Geelong, Shepparton, and the La Trobe Valley. Many of our members also attend Melbourne Linux Users Group (MLUG).

We believe that software patents cause net harm to our members, the software industry and the community. We therefore support removing software from patentable subject matter.

LUV Main October 2016 Meeting: Sending Linux to Antarctica, 2012-2017 / Annual General Meeting

Oct 4 2016 18:30
Oct 4 2016 20:30
Location: 

6th Floor, 200 Victoria St. Carlton VIC 3053

Speakers:

• Scott Penrose, Sending Linux to Antarctica: 2012-2017
• Annual General Meeting and lightning talks

Software Freedom Day Meeting 2016

Sep 17 2016 10:00
Sep 17 2016 16:30
Location: 

Electron Workshop 31 Arden Street, North Melbourne.

There will not be a regular LUV Beginners workshop for the month of September. Instead, you're going to be in for a much bigger treat!

This month, Free Software Melbourne[1], Linux Users of Victoria[2] and Electron Workshop[3] are joining forces to bring you the local Software Freedom Day event for Melbourne.

The event will take place on Saturday 17th September between 10am and 4:30pm at:

Electron Workshop
31 Arden Street, North Melbourne.
Map: http://www.sfd.org.au/melbourne/

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