Northwest groups

In Manchester, there’s a group called NWDC – North West Digital
Community. These guys try to co-ordinate the dates of events across
the whole NW region.

You’ve got Manchester LUG at http://www.manlug.mcc.ac.uk/

If you want to appeal to the slightly more hardcore of the Linux
people, look at Manchester BSD Users Group (mostly Unix Admins)
http://www.bsdgroups.org.uk/manchester/

For people who use Open Source Software already – take a look at the
list created by the MDDA (Manchester Digital Development Agency)
http://www.manchesterdda.com/usergroups/

If you’re not already talking to them, have a chat with the guys who
run lug.org.uk to get your name on their server – the details are on
their front page, and also join the lugmaster list, for us who
currently or previously have run LUGs.

Rossendale and East Lancs LUG http://www.rosslug.org.uk

Lifted from the madlab Manchester site:-

[1] MadLab is a community space for technology and art interested people. It is located at 36-40 Edge St, Manchester, Greater Manchester M4 1HN, and has a website at http://madlab.org.uk
[2] HacMan is a group of hardware and software hackers who meet every Wednesday at MadLab. They have a website at http://hacman.org.uk
[3] ManLug is Manchester’s Linux Users Group who normally meet on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Their website is at http://www.manlug.org/
[4] Manchester Free Software is a Free Software advocacy group, and they meet on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Their website is at http://groups.fsf.org/wiki/Manchester

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