Texas LinuxFest will be held at the AT&T Conference Center in Austin, Texas from Friday May 31 to Saturday June 1. Registration is required for this event at a cost of $25 or $55.
There will be a BSD booth in the Expo (booth #21) on June 1 which will be giving out PC-BSD DVDs, FreeNAS CDs, and other cool swag. It will also accept donations to the FreeBSD Foundation.
Kris Moore will present “Automating the deployment of FreeBSD & PC-BSD systems” at 11:25 on June 1. Dru Lavigne will present “TrueOS and Warden: Easy to Deploy FreeBSD Servers” at 13:30 on June 1.
The BSDA certification exam will be held at 13:00 on May 31. The cost for the exam is $75.
The BSD-DK user group will meet on Wednesday, May 29 between 18:00 and 21:00 at CBS, Howitzvej 60, 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark.
HUMBUG meets on Saturday, May 25 in Building 32, Room 213 at the University of Queensland from 15:00 to midnight.
The 19th LinuxTag takes place May 22-25 from 09:30-18:00 at the Berlin Fairgrounds Hall 7 in Berlin, Germany. This event is free to attend.
There will be a FreeBSD and a NetBSD booth in the expo area.
Berkeley Unix User Group (BUUG) meets on Thursday, May 16 at 19:00 at Au Coquelet Cafe. Look for a large “BUUG” placard at their table, in the cafeteria section.
BSDCan will be held May 15-18 at the University of Ottawa. Registration for the conference is here.
A Developer Summit, Vendor Summit, and tutorials will be held May 15-16.
The conference proper will be held May 17-18.
New this year: nightly doc sprints for those who wish to improve the various BSD projects’ documentation or for those who want to learn how to get started with contributing documentation.
The BSDA certification exam will be held during the lunch period on May 17 and 18. You can register and pay for the exam here.
The schedule has all of the details.
The Greater Toronto Area BSD Users Group (GTABUG) meets on Wednesday, May 15 at 19:00 at Olympia 76 Pizza. Anyone interested in BSD is welcome to attend.
The Manitoba UNIX User Group (MUUG) meets at 19:30 on Tuesday, May 14 at 1L07 Lockhart Hall at the University of Winnipeg. The entrance is on Ellice Ave. between Spence and Balmoral St.
This month Trevor Cordes, Theodore Baschak, and Edwin Amsler will present on 3 popular scripting langauages: Perl, PHP, and Python. The May RTFM will feature Robert Keizer, talking about GOCR, the GNU Optical Character Recognition program.
HUMBUG meets on Saturday, May 11 in Building 32, Room 213 at the University of Queensland from 15:00 to midnight.
The Reno Linux Users Group (RLUG) meets at 18:00 on Thursday, May 9 at Great Basin Internet Services, Suite 340. Anyone interested in Linux (or other Unix platforms) is welcome to attend.
Free Thursday meets this Thursday, May 9 at 18:00 at One Pint Pub. Anyone interested in free software / open source software is welcome to attend.
The Ottawa-Canada BSD Users Group (OCBUG) will meet for pizza and conversation on Thurday, May 9 at Cafe Colonnade at 280 Metcalfe St. at 18:00.
The Bay Area FreeBSD Users Group (BAFUG) meets for pizza and conversation on Thursday, May 9 at 19:00 in the “Classroom” of Hacker Dojo.
Unix Unanimous meets on Wednesday, May 8 at 18:45 at BA 2179 in the Bahen Centre for Information Technology at 40 St. George Street, on the University of Toronto campus. Anyone interested in Unix and related topics is welcome to attend.
The Bergische Linux and Unix User Group (Bluefrogs) meets on Wednesday, May 8 at 19:00 in room 201 of the Catholic Education Centre, Laurentiusstr. 4-12, Bergisch Gladbach. Coffee and Internet access are available.
The Grazer BSD Stammtisch meets on Wednesday, May 8 at 19:00 at Graz Zeppelin. Anyone interested in BSD is welcome to enjoy conversation, beer, and pizza.
Berkeley Unix User Group (BUUG) meets on Thursday, May 2 at 19:00 at Au Coquelet Cafe. Look for a large “BUUG” placard at their table, in the cafeteria section.
The New York City *BSD User Group (NYCBUG) meets on Wednesday, May 1. The topic this month is “Ansible” and the speaker is Brian Coca. The meeting starts at 18:45 in the back room of Suspenders, 111 Broadway at Thames Street in lower Manhattan, just one block north of Wall Street and Trinity Church.
The Bergen (BSD and) Linux User Group (BLUG) meets on Thursday, April 25 from 19:00-21:00 at the Bergen Public Library, Strømgaten 6.
This month, Peter Hansteen will discuss “The Hail Mary Cloud and what we can learn from it”.
LinuxFest NorthWest takes place April 27-28 from 09:30-17:00 at the Bellingham Technical College. This event is free to attend.
There will be both a FreeBSD booth and an OpenBSD booth in the expo area.