The association of Grazer Linuxtage does not have its own regular’s table, but our members are also active in the communities below. If you are willing to help at Grazer Linuxtage, find us at one of the communities below or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. It is not required that you have detailed technical know-how, but just enthusiasm and reliability.
We are looking forward to meet new people, maybe you are interested to actively help at the next Linuxtage?
Realraum is located at Brockmangasse 15 and is the meeting point in Graz for those who are interested in computers and electronics.
People there are working on setting up a small electronics and computer laboratory. They are all hobbyists and computer enthusiasts in Graz who want to try something, but who do not have the equipment or the space to do so at home. Furthermore, the common space offers the opportunity to exchange ideas and to realize some ideas.
FunkFeuer Community meets every 1st and 3rd monday of the month starting at 8pm in Realraum. FunkFeuer made it their business to set up a free radio Network in Graz. Everybody is welcome!
At Security-Treff-Graz (STG), people with high interest in computer security and people interested in the subject are meeting. They are meeting every 2nd tuesday of the month, starting at 8pm, at “Brandhof”. Usually, the idea was to talk about security-related matters, but now it is also a good place to talk about topics that are beyond security. Among others, some developers of the Grml distribution are regular guests, which is why there are regularly technical discussions on special topics…
Learning how to communicate securely in the internet, while not neglecting fun and partying? That’s what CryptoParties is all about! In Graz, Crypto parties take place at irregular intervals, the dates can be found on the website:
Graz’s OpenStreetMap community meets once per month at „Brot und Spiele“. We are talking about current topics in the local as well as in the global OpenStreetMap universe, considering the further development in Styria and discussing new projects and possible applications.
We are helping everybody who has questions about anything covering Geodata, including editors, tools or applications. Coordination of the meetings is done via the mailing list.
You are a Python programmer or interested in Python? Python usergroup Graz is a loose bunch (as in no fix membership) of people who meet once a month to exchange news and knowledge about the programming language.
The group has the intention to make Python and projects based on Python better known in Graz. Also, job-seeking Python programmers may get help here.
Do you like the programming Language Go from Google? You are getting tired of long compile times in C/C++ or you do not want to just write sequential programs? The idea of Go is to stay simple. Once a month, the GoGraz Members meet and talk about topics related to this programming language.
Rust is a modern, multi-paradigmatic low-level programming language with new concepts to ensure memory safety. In contrast to Go, there is no garbage collector, but a large typing system and an ownership model to resolve known security problems. RustGraz community is organized via Meetup and meets every last wednesday of the month.
Graz Computer Club (GC2) is a non-profit association that wants to teach computer and programming skills to everybody. The study of computer science or related topics should be promoted.
Everybody should have free access to information. Therefore, all publication of the club are published under a CC license.
One essential project of GC2 is the Raspjamming Event at Grazer Linuxtage.
Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that is active in many countries and involved in many global campaigns. Due to Realraum Graz, the group in Styria can meet on their premises. Everybody who is interested in FSFE or free software is very welcome.
Commodore enthusiasts gather and exchange informations, floppy disks, instructions, Know-How and repair instructions. But also games and competitions find their place in the meetings. In addition, the still used 8bit or 16bit output of computer systems gets discussed. This results in interdisciplinary real-time demonstrations of programming, music, images and animation on the original computers.
While initiating the a platform for those already working with it, we would like to inspire you to take an approach on (old) computer systems, focussing on understanding rather than just consuming or using it. So, not only are current developments better understood, but our devices also guarantee a decelerated approach to using electrical devices.
Meetings are set every 2nd Tuesday of an even month. Details: https://www.meetup.com/grazjs
A group for people interested in functional programming, including Scala, Haskell, OCaml, …
Monthly meetings consisting of: - Lightning talks (contact us/comment to sign up) - Coding Dojo (use any functional language)
Our Dojo programs, presentations and other resources can be found on github (https://github.com/Functional-Programming-Graz).
Agile Graz Meetup is intended to offer the opportunity to exchange experiences and thoughts on agile methods in and beyond software development to its participants.
Main concern of Agile Graz is to serve as a local Platform for exchange of knowledge and networking. In particular, we want to emphasize that we are interested in all methods, processes and ideas that identify with the agile values according to the agile manifesto:
We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value:
- Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
- Working software over comprehensive documentation
- Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
- Responding to change over following a plan
That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.
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