Linux Advocacy mini-HOWTO: User Groups

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  • Participate in a local user group. If one does not exist in your area, start one. The Groups of Linux Users information page allows you to search for a local user group and also contains suggestions on how to start a user group.
  • Make speakers available to organizations interested in Linux.
  • Issue press releases about your activities to your local media.
  • Volunteer to configure a Linux system to meet the needs of local community organizations. Of course, the installation process must include training the user community to use the system and adequate documentation for ongoing maintenance.
  • Discus the Linux Advocacy mini-HOWTO at a meeting. Brainstorm and submit new ideas.

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