Linux-Ottawa July 2022 Meeting CANCELLED
We have had no offers to speak or help out, and the organizers either have been or will be away this week.
John Nash will attempt to set up something for August. If anyone has a topic for which they can present some ideas or lead a conversation, let us know.
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