The Suncoast Linux Users Group (SLUG) is a group of Linux users in the Greater Tampa Bay area who have a common interest in Linux, and everything related to supporting Linux and Linux users.
Why join SLUG?
There are many reasons to join the Suncoast Linux Users Group!
- It doesn't cost anything (so far).
- You help the effort to make Linux a major contender against those "Goliath" operating systems.
- You get to participate in any special offers that SLUG can arrange for its members.
- You get the help and support of other members.
- You might even learn something!
How do I join SLUG?
We ask only one thing: just fill out our New Member Survey. We ask you a few questions, like your name and email address, what the group can do for you, and we send you a confirmation. We add your name to our list (which is only used internally for announcements of group events and such). And, though participation is how you'll get the most out of any group membership, you're not obligated to come to meetings or subscribe to the SLUG mailing list. It's up to you!
Can I volunteer?
Heck yes! We can always use volunteers to help out with one thing or another. Just fill out the Volunteer Form and we'll keep it on file until we need your help.
New Member Survey
Please note: Although it is unlikely that you will experience any problems responding to this form, certain non-standard browsers will not respond properly. If you experience any difficulties, (or if you are not using a forms-capable browser) you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with the basic info.
In order to join SLUG, we need some basic information about you - like your name and e-mail address so we know who's on our membership list and where to send SLUG announcements. The only fields that are mandatory are Name and email address. In order to make SLUG more responsive to the needs of its members, we ask that you complete the rest of the form.
We do not have any dues - everything is Dutch-treat. We do, from time to time, give away t-shirts and bumper stickers at meetings, if Linux vendors are kind enough to supply them to us.