The Irish Linux Users' Group is proud to announce DistroWars!
Below is information on each event, which are seperate and non-inclusive so you can participate in as few or as many as you like.
When you're letting us know which events you'd like to attend, please include any details of friends you intend to bring along...
Alan Cox Talks
Location: Hamilton 3, Hamilton Buidling, Trinity College
Date: 24th November
Alan Cox makes another one of his (getting more) regular visits to Ireland. And this time, he's going to talk.
The Hamilton is the building that backs onto Westland Row. For people coming from the front of college or the Arts block, walk through college (The Old Library will be on your right if you're coming from Front Arch), past the Museum Building/Berkeley Library. You'll come to the sports fields (Rugby and Cricket). Keep going, you'll pass the Physics department and come out to the ORI/Hamilton building. There's a set of stairs in front of the doors to the building (downstairs is for students/staff only), and once you enter the building, turn right. There will be signs up.
Date: 25th November
A morning of high spirits, as the Debian folks gang up with the User Hostile Slackware fans against the atrocities of the RPM based distributions. Or maybe the GNU/Emacs people will pick on the VIM guys. Who knows? Food is provided (lunch/breakfast). Please note there is an age requirement of 18 for this.
There will be a 30 seater coach leaving from Jacobs Inn (Busaras) at 0800 on Sunday.
Numbers, unfortunately are limited, so please confirm/check/appear early.
'Tourist' Info Visit Dublin
This is the official visitor website for Dublin and is the first recommended pitstop for those who will be attending the events from abroad. Discover Ireland
A very useful website for deciding where to stay. Jacob's Inn
A good place to stay in the center of Dublin.
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