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====== Welcome to the BSD Users Group, Sydney. ====== ====== Welcome to the BSD Users Group, Sydney. ======
-BUGS is a group of users of BSD based operating systems who live in NSW, communicate via a mailing list, and meet occasionally in Sydney and surrounds. Our first group meeting was on 16 May, 1999.+BUGS is a group of users of BSD based operating systems, many of whom live in NSW.  We communicate via a mailing list and meet occasionally, mainly in Sydney and surrounds. Our first group meeting was on 16 May, 1999.
Activities include support, advocacy, and sharing of resources and information, but a major objective is to enjoy each other's company and have a good time without actually wasting time. Activities include support, advocacy, and sharing of resources and information, but a major objective is to enjoy each other's company and have a good time without actually wasting time.
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We don't care what stage people are at, and our group includes people who have not started using BSD yet as well as experts. Current members run FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, BSD/OS and Mac OS X Server, on many different types of hardware.  We are a friendly informal group, where each member has equal responsibility for making our activities a success. Decisions are made by consensus, rather than having a single decision making leader. For that reason, active participation in the [[bugs@bugs.au.freebsd.org|mailing list]] and/or [[irc://irc.oz.org/#bugs|IRC channel]] (#bugs on irc.oz.org) is necessary to benefit from the group. We don't care what stage people are at, and our group includes people who have not started using BSD yet as well as experts. Current members run FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, BSD/OS and Mac OS X Server, on many different types of hardware.  We are a friendly informal group, where each member has equal responsibility for making our activities a success. Decisions are made by consensus, rather than having a single decision making leader. For that reason, active participation in the [[bugs@bugs.au.freebsd.org|mailing list]] and/or [[irc://irc.oz.org/#bugs|IRC channel]] (#bugs on irc.oz.org) is necessary to benefit from the group.
 +====== Member locations ======
 +We maintain the locations of the less paranoid members on a [[http://tinyurl.com/bugsmap|Google Map]].  Ask on IRC if you want to be on the map.
====== Vale Sue Blake aka unixhag ====== ====== Vale Sue Blake aka unixhag ======
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  * [[Infrastructure|BUGS Infrastructure]]   * [[Infrastructure|BUGS Infrastructure]]
  * [[channeltopics|IRC channel topics]]   * [[channeltopics|IRC channel topics]]
-  * [[Internet Operationing Instructions]] 
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  * [[ZFSraid|Expanding ZFS RAID pools]]   * [[ZFSraid|Expanding ZFS RAID pools]]
  * [[ULEvs4BSD|FreeBSD 4BSD vs ULE Scheduler]]   * [[ULEvs4BSD|FreeBSD 4BSD vs ULE Scheduler]]
 +  * [[Internet Operationing Instructions]]
  * [[irc_help|IRC for beginners]]   * [[irc_help|IRC for beginners]]
  * [[LaggDiskless|Running Diskless over WiFi with lagg]]   * [[LaggDiskless|Running Diskless over WiFi with lagg]]
 
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