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Linux Presentation Day

have a look at Linux and give it a try

An International Event For Information About Linux

The Linux Presentation Day is an event which started in May 2015 in Germany and has spread across Europe since then; taking place twice per year (2016.1: April, 30th; 2016.2: October, 22nd). LPD events are an opportunity (free of charge) for people who are not familiar with Linux to have a look at it, ask questions and test it.

The LPD aim is to help visitors make a decision whether Linux may be an option for them in the future.

The most important aspect of the LPD is that the event becomes so big that non-IT media regularly cover this event.

Upcoming Event: Linux Presentation Day Bristol 2018.1 Saturday 9th June

Windows? Mac? How about Linux?! Linux has many uses, it dominates the mobile market via Android, with most of the Internets servers being run by Linux, Facebook, Google, Twitter, etc. Most super computers, robots, and much more, also run Linux, and it is even in space.

If you drop in to our FREE event in the backroom of the Ye Shakespeare Pub, 78 Victoria Street Bristol BS1 6DR, between 1pm and 6pm on Saturday 9th June 2018, we can show you Linux distributions on laptops such as the popular Ubuntu and Fedora. You may even (this means might) be able to pick up a FREE Linux USB Drive for trying and installing from, or a DVD at least if not. This time around we have a limited amount of FREE Linux magazines to give away as well! If we have time we may even be able to help you get set up with Linux on your laptop at the event, but this can be done afterwards if interested. We can also demonstrate mobile phones and tablets that run alternatives to Android and Apple iOS, but also other hardware devices such as the Raspbery Pi and PocketCHIP.

Linux is a reliable, fast and more secure alternative to Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. That would work well on most new and old computers! It makes up a major part of the open source software ecosystem, with other popular players such as the Android open source project, Mozilla Firefox, Mozilla Thunderbird, Libre Office, VLC, Audacity, and so much more. Even Google Chrome (via its Chromium project), is a part of this network, with Chromebooks being sold with Chrome OS a basic Linux distribution.

So join us and discover the power of Linux and other open source software, you wont regret it!

Are you an artist, musician, or writer? We will also be presenting Creative Commons; an organisation, infrastructure, and licensing model, which is focussed on the sharing of multimedia and creative works.

Please follow our Facebook http://facebook.com/LPDBristolUK and Twitter http://twitter.com/LPDBristolUK.

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Locations

2018.1 Saturday 9th June 2018.2 Probably November?! 2017.1 22nd April 2016.2 22nd October 2016.1 30th April
Bristol Bristol Bristol Blackpool Blackpool
Bristol Hereford

Hosting Organisations

A wide spectrum of organisations can host an LPD event. In Germany the hosting organisations incorporate

An important part of the LPD concept is that very small organisations (even single persons) can try to organise such an event. The LPD community supports them in several ways (e.g. finding helpers and a location).

Contact

If you would like to organise an LPD location then please visit the main European/International website at http://linux-presentation-day.org, and watch this video (from a frontal angle), or this one of the same short Lighning Talk (from a side angle), and contact us:

hauke.laging Or more recently Sebastian from the Bristol and Bath Linux User Group.

You can also watch this video to find out even more about Linux Presentation Day.

Currently the Berlin Linux User Group (Germany) is responsible for the contents of this website/page, or more recently Sebastian from the Bristol and Bath Linux User Group.

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