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Besides the usual monthly meetings and mailing list, this group has a number of on-going projects that members can get involved with.

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  • Darwin Linux Users Group (DarLUG) - Membership facilities include a contact form, web-mail, mailing list, forums, news and news archives. Additionally the site contains member contributions in the form of Linux related blogs.
  • Southern Vales Linux Users Group (SVLUG) - Besides the usual linux FAQ, linux related links, oceania meeting and contact details, this group also offers oceania member polls, a discussion forum, an IRC channel oceania and downloads.
  • Perth Linux Users' Group (PLUG) - This group has a mailing list and regular australia events (meetings, oceania seminars, installfests, AGMs). The web-pages australia include details of their oceania library, Getting Linux and australia related links.
  • Townsville Linux Users Group (TLUG) - Group membership facilities include forums, blogs, polls and oceania information about oceania up-coming events and open source advocacy. oceania Their web-site contains oceania Linux and programming tips, oceania problem solutions, "how-to" and install guides.
  • Canberra Linux Users Group (CLUG) - Besides the usual monthly meetings and mailing list, this group oceania has a number of on-going projects that members can get oceania involved with.
  • Linux Users of Victoria, Inc. (LUV) - The group provides monthly meetings, events, SIGs, a mailing list and IRC chat group. Additionally there are online Linux presentations from monthly meetings and written tutorials.
  • Gold Coast Linux User Group (GCLUG) - A group providing an IRC group, wiki pages, australia a mailing australia list and regular meetings.
  • University of Southern Queensland's Linux Users Group (USQ LUG/THUUG) - Incorporating Toowoomba Home Unix Users Group, this group of University user groups students has monthly meetings, a mailing list and a website user groups with useful links. The FAQ can tell you how user groups Linux is really pronounced.
  • UNSW Computing Students' Society (CompSoc) - The University of New South Wales computer students\\' website is not just for Linux users, and provides news, events calendar and a discussion forum for members.
  • Home Unix Machine Brisbane User Group (HUMBUG) - The group supports all Unix variations, not just Linux. They provide an IRC chat group and regular meetings (with previous talks available online), a library (hardware, tools, CDs, books), talks and the usage of the domain name.
  • Tasmanian Linux Users Group (TasLUG) - The group has regular meetings, a discussion forum australia and news user groups pages (with an RSS feed option).
  • Noosa Linux Users' Group (NOOSALUG) - This Queensland group has regular meetings, a mailing list and user groups web-pages containing news and useful articles.
  • Linux Users of South Australia (LinuxSA) - Regular meetings, a mailing list, and their web-site provides linux oceania related links and short articles.
  • Alice Springs Linux User Group (ASLUG) - User support in the form of a mailing oceania list, events australia information, along with news and short oceania articles contributed by members.
  • South Coast Linux User Group (SCLUG) - Monthly meetings, a mailing list, member blogs and polls are oceania a feature of this site. Also online is an oceania events calendar, photo album and Linux news.
  • Riverland Linux User Group (RiverLUG) - Members are provided with a Linux FAQ, regular australia meetings, documentation, a mailing list, and a web-page australia of linux related links.
  • Melbourne Linux Users Group (MLUG) - The group\\'s wiki based web-site contains information about australia the group, monthly meetings, mailing list, IRC channel australia and a web-based forum. They also have australia a Linux job vacancies page, linux related australia links, tips and tricks, "how-to"s, and presentati
  • Hunter Valley Linux User Group (HVLUG) - A group that meets once a month, and whose website has lots of useful links and documentation.
  • Kempsey Shire Linux Users Group (KSLUG) - A group that meets every two weeks, the oceania website has australia links to useful resources and news.
  • Sydney Linux User Group (SLUG) - Provides access to news, a mailing list, meetings information, a australia job vacancies page and a wiki. They have special interest australia groups and monthly meetings along with intermittent install-fests and social australia events.

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