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Week #14: Final Meeting

20 November 2020

Hey RITluggers,

This week will be our last meeting of the semester. With finals right around the corner, we are taking this week easy: we plan on playing Among Us.

This Fall is my last semester at RIT, and I just wanted to mention how much I will miss RITlug after I graduate. RITlug has been a fantastic community of open-minded individuals looking to use Linux and improve open source at large. However, I’m not gone for good; I’ll still be on the mailing list and lurking in the discord and IRC, so feel free to ping me with any questions and general shenanigans.

Hope to see you all this week,

Jeffery Russell (@jrtechs)
Local Linux Llama
Elf On the Shelf
End of Semester Eulogizer


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Discord #general channel

Event Details

Fri, Nov. 20, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #13: Linux Defensive Security

13 November 2020

Hey RITluggers,

This week Joshua Niemann will be giving a comprehensive introduction to securing Linux systems, covering permissions, services, access control, SELinux, AppArmor, and much more. Swing by for a great talk on how to keep your Linux systems succint and secure.

Looking forward to seeing you all there,

RITLUG Eboard


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Discord #general channel

Event Details

Fri, Nov. 13, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #11: Dynamic Library Interception

30 October 2020

Hey RITluggers,

This week, we are diving into Linux security with the various uses and abuses of dynamic libraries on Linux. Michael will be discussing how dynamic libraries work and how to intercept function calls on Linux for various beneficial, nefarious, and hilarious purposes.

Next week is RIT’s 1st Virtual and 10th Annual Election Day Hackathon. The event will kick-off at 6:00 P.M. with a panel followed by breakout rooms where people will be working on civic projects. This is a great chance to relax, meet new people, and work on some fantastic projects.

Looking forward to seeing you all there,

Jeffery Russell (@jrtechs)
Eboard Member
Local Penguin
Happy Pumpkin


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Discord #general channel

Event Details

Fri, Oct. 30, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #10: Chill Week

23 October 2020

Hey RITluggers,

Welcome to week 10, we’re in the final stretch! This week we’ll be having a chill session themed around programming in Go. Stop on by to brush up on (or learn) Go, work on some Hacktoberfest projects and have a good time.

For those of you interested, take a look at The election night hackathon, signups are open now.

Additionally, as the semester comes to a close, we’re beginning to look for new potential eboard members. If you’re interested message a member of the current eboard so we know to consider you.

Stay safe, and see you all Friday, Jake Zaia
RITlug Secretary
Certified Rockstar Developer


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Discord #general channel

Event Details

Fri, Oct. 23, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #9:

16 October 2020

Hey RITluggers,

Have no idea where to start with the Linux command line? Are you an absolute beginner in need of some advice on where to get started? This week we have a talk on the absolute basics of the Linux command line, from navigating directories to command structures!

I hope you are all doing well this strange semester. It is already week 9?!!

Jeffery Russell (@jrtechs)
Eboard Member
Local Penguin
Elf On the Shelf


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Discord #general channel

Event Details

Fri, Oct. 16, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #8: Obscure & Esoteric Linux

09 October 2020

Hello Penguins,

I hope everybody is doing well, and you are all enjoying Hacktoberfest. Keeping with the Open Source theme of the month and season, this week’s talk will be about obscure and esoteric Linux distributions. Get ready to learn about some really cool, and maybe weird, distros!

If you are interested in working on the club’s new project, RITlug’s open source Discord bot written in Go, make sure you register when you are able to attend our weekly dev meetings.

See you there,

RITlug Eboard


Event Details

Fri, Oct. 09, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #7: Intro to Git

01 October 2020

Hey RITlug,

Welcome to Hacktober! This month is all about open source and projects. To get in the spirit of Hacktoberfest, this week’s meeting is going to be an introduction to git. Here, we will cover the basics needed to get up and running, as well as providing an interactive demo at the end!

Additionally, RITlug will be creating an open source Discord bot in the spirit of October. The bot will be written in Go, and we will be hosting weekly meetings throughout the month. Please choose an initial meeting time so we can get started as quickly as possible!

See you there,

RITlug Eboard


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Discord #general channel

Event Details

Thu, Oct. 01, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #6: Open Source Careers

25 September 2020

Hey RITlug!

This week we’re welcoming a wonderful alumni panel for a meeting about the intersection of Linux, Open Source, and our day jobs. We’ll be hearing from RIT alumni Solomon Rubin, Mark Repka, Nate Levesque, and Josh Bicking about where work and Open Source Software meet. Swing by and check it out.

See you there,

RITLUG Eboard


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Discord #general channel

Event Details

Fri, Sep. 25, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #5: LaTeX

18 September 2020

Hey RITlug!

In preparation for the upcoming virtual career fair, this week we’re covering LaTeX! LaTeX is a great tool for building tons of professional documents, including resumes. Come on by to our discord where Jeffery Russell will be giving a talk on the basics of LaTeX and how you can use it to supercharge your resume.

See you there,

RITLUG Eboard


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Discord #general channel

Event Details

Fri, Sep. 18, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #4: Personal Infrastructure

11 September 2020

Hey RITlug!

This week we’re covering the intriguing and relevant topic of personal infrastructure. You’ll be getting a lightning talk from different members of Eboard on the networks and systems we rely on, built on Linux and powered by open source software. In-depth descriptions, useful tips, and best practice recommendations on all of your favorite parts are sure to follow. We’re looking forward to it!

See you there,

RITLUG Eboard


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Discord #general channel

Event Details

Fri, Sep. 11, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #3: Networking

04 September 2020

Hey RITlug!

For this week’s meeting, we will have a recent RIT graduate, Nathaniel Larrimore, who will be giving a presentation on Linux networking! Nathaniel graduated from RIT this past spring from the Networking and Systems Administration program, and is also a prior RITlug eboard member! He currently works at Arista Networks as a Technical Solutions Engineer.

For this talk, Nathaniel will be giving an overview of his personal infrastructure, general networking basics, as well as giving plenty of Linux networking tips.

See you there!

  • Tim Zabel, RITlug VP

What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Discord #general channel

Event Details

Fri, Sep. 04, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
Discord

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Week #2: Weekly Meeting

25 August 2020

Attention All Penguins,

I hope you are all doing alright, and the new semester has found you well so far. But even with the semester starting up, and everything going on in the world right now, we hope you are all still finding time to Penguin about on your favorite distro of choice.

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Week #1: Welcome Back!!!

19 August 2020

Hello RITlug,

Welcome back to RIT! We are glad to have you all back again this semester, even if you are not necessarily on campus. This semester we are going to be doing things a bit differently. Meetings will still be held Fridays from 4:30-6:00pm, however they will be conducted on our new Discord Server. You can still reach out on the Slack channel, however this semester we will be primarily moving over to Discord.

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Week #15: Final Email

07 May 2020

Hey, all you cool cats and kittens,

This is the final email from RITlug this semester. I, for one, will miss composing these slightly memey emails and sending them off to all you lovely people. With that said, we got a few final announcements for the semester.

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Week #11?... 12?: What even is time?

02 April 2020

Howdy RITluggers!

It has been quite the chaotic past few weeks; I hope that this email finds you all in good health and spirit.

As you all probably have assumed, RITlug will no longer have any meetings for the rest of the semester. However, that does not conclude our semester. If you still want to engage in the open-source community at RIT, you can join FOSS hours on Jitsi from 5-6 PM on Thursdays. Additionally, we are always looking for more people to join our open-source projects. Please enter the #projects channel on slack and check out some open issues on our Github.

We are opening the nomination process for our Eboard next year. If you are interested in helping run the club in any way, please fill out this campus group survey. Don’t feel intimidated or hesitant about joining Eboard; we are looking for people that we can mentor and teach– we are not just going to throw you into the metaphorical fire.

I would like to personally invite/encourage everyone to join our discourse on slack and other mediums like weekly FOSS hours on Jitsi. These can be stressful times with social distancing, but I want to remind everyone that you have a family that you can talk to at RITlug.

Stay safe,

Jeffery Russell (@jrtechs)
RITlugger
Local memester
Man with too many titles

Event Details

Thu, Apr. 02, 2020
05:00pm - 06:00pm
Jitsi

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Week #8: Data Privacy

06 March 2020

Howdy RITluggers!

This week Sergio Zygmunt will be visiting us to give a talk on privacy and security. If you are interested in learning about how companies track and use your information this is a great talk to catch.

We are in the process of booting up a project for Imagine RIT where we are implementing the IP stack over semaphore flags. If that sounds interesting to you, talk to an eboard member during the meeting or drop in the #semaphore channel on slack.

If you are interested in some RITlug swag, please fill out this interest survey.

Hope to see you all this week,


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Slack #general channel, although for general open source discussion there’s more activity in the #foss channel.

Event Details

Fri, Mar. 06, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Week #7: Fedora Community Lead

28 February 2020

Hey RITlug!

This week is a special meeting. The Fedora Community Action & Impact Coordinator (FCAIC), Marie Nordin, will be coming to give a talk to RITlug this Friday. Marie is an active member of the Fedora Design and Fedora Badges teams. One of her most recent contributions is the Fedora 31 wallpaper in conjunction with Máirín Duffy.

Now as a new member of Red Hat, Marie’s main job as the FCAIC is to help support and grow the Fedora community. Marie will be going over her background, what it’s like to be the FCAIC, what it means to contribute to Fedora without programming, and other insights working in a community management role.

Hope to see you there!

  • Tim Zabel (Tjzabel)

What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Slack #general channel, although for general open source discussion there’s more activity in the #foss channel.

Event Details

Fri, Feb. 28, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Week #6: Linux Gaming

21 February 2020

Hey RITluggers!

This week Dev is giving a talk on the exciting developments in Linux gaming.

Since 2013, things have only gotten exponentially better for gaming on Linux. So what does Linux gaming look like now, and what developments are on the horizon? Come to this week’s meeting to become an Ebic LINUX Gaimer!


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Slack #general channel, although for general open source discussion there’s more activity in the #foss channel.

Event Details

Fri, Feb. 21, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Week #5: Lightning Talks

14 February 2020

Hey RITlug!

This week’s meeting is focused around lightning talks. If there’s a topic you’re passionate about, and want to give a quick 5 minute talk all about it, this is the meeting for you!

Eboard deputies have been finalized. Please welcome Michael Vaughan to the RITlug eboard as a deputy!

We are also now slowly starting the process of preparing for Imagine RIT. If you think of any projects you would like to demo alongside RITlug over the next month, let us know!

Hope to see you all this week!

  • Tim Zabel (Tjzabel)

What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Slack #general channel, although for general open source discussion there’s more activity in the #foss channel.

Event Details

Fri, Feb. 14, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Week #4: BrickHack Pregame

07 February 2020

Hey RITlug!

This week’s meeting is a pregame for BrickHack this weekend! We will be doing a quick rundown of our projects, and will be doing preparation for the weekend. If you would like to work on some projects, or want to introduce some of your own, this is the time to do it.

We are also now slowly starting the process of preparing for Imagine RIT! If you think of any projects you would like to demo alongside RITlug over the next month, let us know!

Hope to see you all this week!

  • Tim Zabel (Tjzabel)

What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Slack #general channel, although for general open source discussion there’s more activity in the #foss channel.

Event Details

Fri, Feb. 07, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Week #3: Linux Desktop Environments

31 January 2020

Hey RITluggers,

This week Jeffery and Tim will be going over everything you need to know about Linux Window Managers and Desktop Environments. With so many different options out there, what makes each DE special, and where do window managers play a role? Come to this week’s meeting to find out!

We are still looking for one more student to join our eboard as a deputy! This is a low responsibility eboard role aimed at training people and transitioning them into full eboard positions starting next school year. If you are interested, please talk to Jeffery during a meeting or on slack within the next couple weeks. We will announce eboard deputies shortly.

Hope to see you all this week!

  • Tim Zabel (Tjzabel)

What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Slack #general channel, although for general open source discussion there’s more activity in the #foss channel.

Event Details

Fri, Jan. 31, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Week #2: Dead Distros

24 January 2020

Hey RITluggers,

This week Henry is giving a talk on dead and esoteric Linux distributions. Get ready to learn about everything that you are missing out on in your “normal” Linux distro.

This semester we are looking for two students to join eboard as deputies. This is a low responsibility eboard role aimed at training people and transitioning them into full eboard positions next semester. If you are interested, please talk to me (Jeffery) during a meeting or on slack within the next two weeks. We will announce eboard deputies on January 31st.

Hope to see you all this week!


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Slack #general channel, although for general open source discussion there’s more activity in the #foss channel.

Event Details

Fri, Jan. 24, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Week #1: Back to RITlug!

17 January 2020

Whether you are new to RITlug, or a returning member, I hope you’re as excited as we are for this semester!

This year we will be starting with an informal meeting this Friday(1-17). We will talk about what is RITlug and go over our master plan for the semester. If you are looking to engage in club projects or listen to me tell the tale about how I broke my Fedora system over break, this is a great meeting.

This semester we are looking for two students to join eboard as deputies. This is a low responsibility eboard role aimed at training people and transitioning them into full eboard positions next semester. If you are interested, please talk to me (Jeffery) during a meeting or on slack within the next two weeks. We will announce eboard deputies on January 31st.

Hope to see you all this week!


What is RITlug?

RITlug is a student-led organization to promote and teach students about Linux & open source. We work on projects and discuss interesting topics in the Linux & open source communities. The best way to communicate is in the Slack #general channel, although for general open source discussion there’s more activity in the #foss channel.

Event Details

Fri, Jan. 17, 2020
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Final Meeting

06 December 2019

Hey RITluggers,

This week Friday will be the last RITlug meeting of the semester which marks the transition into finals week – are you excited! We will be having a few lightning talks, playing games, and doing general Linux shenanigans so be sure to swing on by to de-stress before finals.

We are currently in the process of planning for next semester so, if everyone could give us feedback on this google fourm that would be absolutely amazing.

The T-shirts have arrived! If you ordered a t-shirt, please pick it up at either this week’s meeting or FOSS hours. If neither of those times works with you, message me on slack or email and you can pick it up from me sometime during finals week.

Looking forward to seeing you all at this weeks meeting,

  • Jeffery Russell (@JrTechs) Fellow RITlugger, elf on the shelf, and your reindeer to guide the sleigh

Upcoming Events:

  • Winter break!!
  • FOSS Hours: Thursdays 5:00-7:00pm Magic Center 3190
Event Details

Fri, Dec. 06, 2019
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Open Source in the Federal Government

22 November 2019

Hey RITluggers,

This week we have Solomon Rubin, an RIT alum, and former RITlug President! In this talk, former-Mitre Solomon Rubin offers a brief look into how the federal government tackles these challenges on a daily basis including how it’s evolving: how it contributes to and develops open-source, how it utilizes Innersource within and across individual agencies, and of course, how Gitlab sits at the middle of all of this.

In other news, on November 21st (tonight!), we are doing a get-together at Bar Louie with the larger FOSS community at RIT. We plan to arrive at the restaurant around 5:30 PM, we will be carpooling over from the Magic Center around 5:15. Please fill out this form so we can book a spot at the restaurant and know how many people need a ride.

T-shirts have been ordered! Thanks to everyone who put in an order for a RITlug t-shirt. They are planning to arrive early December. We will go more in detail on how we are going to distribute the T-shirts once their arrival date gets closer. Stay tuned!

If you are interested in helping RITlug present at the Rochester Makerfaire on November 23rd (this Saturday!), please contact me or Jeffery ASAP. This year we will be exhibiting Tiger OS, Tux Racer on a Pi 4, Magic Mirrors, and musical floppy drives. We can provide transportation – and food!

See you all at this week’s meeting!

  • Tim Zabel (Tjzabel)

Upcoming Events:

Event Details

Fri, Nov. 22, 2019
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Kernel Tracing

15 November 2019

Hey RITluggers,

This week we have Anthony Critelli visiting our club to give a special presentation on kernel tracing. Anthony Critelli is a Linux systems engineer with interests in automation, containerization, tracing, and performance. He started his professional career as a network engineer and eventually made the switch to the Linux systems side of IT. He holds a B.S. and an M.S. from RIT. If you have no clue what kernel tracing is (like me), or you want to learn all the Linux kungfu, this is a can’t-miss meeting.

On November 21st, we are doing a get-together at Bar Louie with the larger FOSS community at RIT. We plan to arrive at the restaurant around 5:30 PM, we will be carpooling over from the Magic Center around 5:15. Please fill out this form so we can book a spot at the restaurant and know how many people need a ride.

T-shirt sales are live! If you are interested in a t-shirt, please follow this link to purchase a t-shirt online. Even if you completed the google t-shirt interest survey, you have to purchase the shirt through this page. We will close the store on Sunday (11-17-19) so we can place the order and have the T-shirts after thanksgiving break.

If you are interested in helping RITlug present at the Rochester Makerfaire on November 23rd, please contact me ASAP– preferable at this week’s meeting or on slack. We are looking for 2-3 people to help us present club projects to the general public at this faire. This year we will be exhibiting Tiger OS, Tux Racer on a Pi 4, Magic Mirrors, and musical floppy drives. We can provide transportation – and food!

Looking forward to seeing you all at this weeks meeting,

  • Jeffery Russell (@JrTechs) Fellow RITlugger, best friend, and your reindeer to guide the sleigh

Upcoming Events:

Event Details

Fri, Nov. 15, 2019
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Bash Scripting

08 November 2019

Hey RITlug!

This week’s meeting is all about bash. For those of you who are interested in learning more about bash, and bash scripting, this is the talk for you! We are going to go a little more in-depth in the history, common use-cases, and how to transition your frequently used terminal commands into a bash script. I will also be giving out some honorable mentions to bash alternatives for writing all of your script goodness.

With that out of the way, RITlug is finalizing our T-shirt orders! For those of you who wish to order a RITlug T-shirt and haven’t yet done so, you have until this Monday, November 11th, to fill out this form. The form has been updated to include an image of the T-shirt design, and each shirt costs $20. We will start collecting payment starting Monday, and will be submitting our order by next Friday at the latest.

See you tomorrow!

  • Tim Zabel (Tjzabel)

Upcoming Events:

Event Details

Fri, Nov. 08, 2019
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Gaming on Linux

01 November 2019

Hey RitLuggers,

This friday, our feature presentation we will be about gaming on linux. We will be going in depth into the linux gaming scene, what games you can play on linux, as well as tools and applications you can use to play games on your distro of choice! If you’re interested in gaming, come learn about how you can make your linux box your new gaming rig.

We will be ordering t-shirts within the next few weeks. If you are interested in buying a RITlug t-shirt, fill out this form. The T-shirts will cost $20.

GCCIS is hosting a Halloween costume today (10/31/2019). RITlug will have a table there where we will be advertising our club, so feel free to swing by our table and check out some of the other cool GCCIS clubs. Rumor has it that the winner of this year’s costume competition will be getting a Raspberry Pi, so be sure to come with your best costumes.

I hope to see you all at this week’s meeting!

  • Henry Keena (@htk4363)

Upcoming Events:

Event Details

Fri, Nov. 01, 2019
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Pi Fest

25 October 2019

Hey Ritluggers,

This week we will be exploring all the wonderful things you can do with Raspberry Pis. We will go over some Pi 101 things and then dive into demoing some of our favorite Raspberry pi projects. If anyone in the club has a Raspberry Pi, feel free to bring it with you to the club this Friday.

Tomorrow (Thursday) there will be a “pizza social” during FOSS hours where there will be a meet-and-greet with other FOSS students, faculty, and alums. Everyone is welcome to come: FOSS hours are held weekly on Thursdays from 5-7 PM in Magic Center 3190. This weekend, FOSS@Magic is hosting The Future Is Open conference which is the first-ever open-source conference at RIT. RITlug will be helping host three events/talks, there will be more free pizza, and there are dozens of guest speakers coming. This event is all day Saturday (10 AM-5 PM) in the MAGIC center – we got the entire building reserved for this event! RSVP to the event using this link.

We will be ordering t-shirts within the next few weeks. If you are interested in buying a RITlug t-shirt, fill out this form. The T-shirts will be $20.

GCCIS is hosting a Halloween costume next week. RITlug will have a table there where we will be advertising our club, so feel free to swing by our table and check out some of the other cool GCCIS clubs. Rumor has it that the winner of this year’s costume competition will be getting a Raspberry Pi, so be sure to come with your best costumes.

I hope to see you all at this week’s meeting!

  • Jeffery Russell (@jrtechs)

Upcoming Events:

Event Details

Fri, Oct. 25, 2019
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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Hacktoberfest

18 October 2019

Hey Ritluggers,

I hope you enjoyed your October break, and you’re ready to tackle the rest of the semester.

Hacktoberfest is upon us! Participate in some open source projects this month, and get a free shirt! This week we will have a casual project workshop where we will help each other get involved in open source projects. If you have no clue where to get started or are looking for a project to work on, this meeting is a great way to find those projects.

Hope to see you all there!

  • Jeffery Russell (@jrtechs)

Upcoming Events:

Event Details

Fri, Oct. 18, 2019
04:30pm - 06:00pm
GOL-2620 (Med. DB Lab)

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