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New user group targets Unix users, techies

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All Unix users, developers and support people are invited to the first Xinuos FreeBSD User Group, taking place on 26 November.
FreeBSD’s widespread popularity has spawned a number of user groups around the world. The African arm of the user group is being set up in South Africa, and from here will expand to the rest of Africa.
The Xinuos FreeBSD User Group (XinuosBUG-ZA) aims to bring together Unix users, technologists and developers and will discuss technical issues.
Xinuos is the company which acquired the SCO Unix assist and the OpenServer range of products; Xinuos OpenServer 10 is its new flagship product that includes development tools and compilers.
The organisers are creating this group to enable all Unix based users, support techies and developers to discuss products and how to support Unix is South Africa and to move it forward into Africa.
To RSVP, click here.

The User Group is hosted and presented by Xinuos
Ralph de Villiers: ralph@xinuos.com
Kevin Olson: kevin@tcd.co.za

Venue: Rusty Hook
22 Wilge Street, Honeydew, Johannesburg
Pizza and drinks provided