List of NZ Linux User Groups

As retrieved from the 'Wayback Machine' copy of www.linux.net.nz... I will update this as I can.

Do you run or know of a user group that isn't listed here that you think should be? Hit my 'Contact' Link and let me know.

Country-Wide

NZLUG is run by linux.net.nz, and it has people from all over the
country on it (~370 subscribers as of January 2007).

Subscribe by visiting the mailing list information page and following the instructions.

The list only accepts posts from subscribers - if you want to
subscribe under one address, but post from others, it can be done -
subscribe the other addresses too, but edit their options and disable
mail delivery (you'll get a link to them during the signup process).

If you want to keep an eye on the list, but without it invading your
inbox too often, you can also change your settings so that you receive
a "digest" version - ie. a single mail containing a number of list
messages.

Archives of the list can be found at http://www.linux.net.nz/lists/NZLUG/ and its Acceptable Use Policy is now also published online for viewing.

Auckland region

AuckLUG's website and mailing list information and signup page.

Other Linux User Groups in the Auckland region include Howick and Hibiscus Coast, and UALUG, The University of Auckland Linux User Group.

Hamilton/Waikato

See the Waikato Linux Users Group page for their comprehensive Wiki, which contains mailing list details and lots of other useful information.

Bay Of Plenty

The Bay of Plenty Linux Users Group now has a website set up at www.boplug.co.nz/.

Hawke's Bay

See the Hawke's Bay LUG Wiki. To subscribe or unsubscribe, go to the HBLUG mailing list server.

Manawatu

The Palmerston North LUG (PalmyLUG) have a website with forums
etc. running, with regular all-welcome monthly meetings.



See www.plug.org.nz



A mailing list exists (signup page), but so far the online forums tend to see more use.

Taranaki

We welcome Taranaki Linux Users Group aboard. Please check out their website for further information.

Wairarapa

The Wairarapa LUG ("WaiLUG") is small and reasonably quiet, but
occasionally manages to get a gathering together (generally held at a
members home in Masterton).

Subscribe to the mailing list by visiting the mailing list information page and following the instructions there.

Kapiti / Horowhenua

See the KLUG website.

Subscribe to the mailing list by visiting the mailing list information page and following the instructions there.

Wellington / Hutt Valley

See the Wellington Linux Users Group homepage for details.

Christchurch/Canterbury

See the Canterbury Linux Users Group homepage for details on mailing lists and meetings.

Dunedin

See the Dunedin Linux Users Group homepage for details on mailing lists and meetings.