From their Meetup Page:

The GA 400 Linux Group has been started to allow the casual to advanced Linux users to get together and share ideas, knowledge, and face-time with other Linux users.  We're focused on helping beginning and returning Linux users learn the basics by establishing a solid foundation.  We'll discuss distributions, file systems and storage, installation, databases, networking, and more!

Looks like they have informal weekly meetups at a pizza place, and more formal monthly sessions.

GA 400 Linux Group Meetup Stream

Events - ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

Events - ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    This is a free-form "help each other with linux or linux-related problems", with no fixed agenda. End time is flexible.

    Wings & Things in Tyrone--Open for dine in and welcomes small groups. And has Wi-Fi for our tech.

    { Moved from Tuesdays due to conflict with W&T Trivia Night. }

    Tyrone, GA 30290 - USA

    Thursday, October 6 at 6:00 PM

    5

    https://www.meetup.com/ale-atlanta-linux-enthusiasts/events/288532296/

  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    A practical group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux.

    **Each week there will be an online event. If Covid case numbers are low in Cobb County, Georgia there will also be a parallel in-person event called "NW Weekly Linux Help Session (in-person)."**

    The online meeting takes place on Jitsi; assistance is provided via screen-sharing.

    The in-person group monitors the Jitsi meeting while simultaneously addressing other issues hands-on in groups of two or three.

    Please check each week's Meetup event notices to see if we'll be meeting in-person as well as online. Then **RSVP to the appropriate event** so we have an idea of how many people will be joining us, but only if you are 95% certain of attendance.

    \*\*\*

    A practical group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux. Attendees set the agenda. Those with questions or problems speak up and the group addresses them one at a time. If no one has an issue then participants may demo a distribution or technique.

    If there's interest we can work through a HowToForge tutorial together. Feel free to post the URL for a tutorial you'd like for the team to use (must be from https://www.howtoforg...) and the crowd choice wins.

    Atlanta, - USA

    Sunday, October 9 at 3:00 PM

    4

    https://www.meetup.com/ale-atlanta-linux-enthusiasts/events/288588398/

  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    This is a free-form "help each other with linux or linux-related problems", with no fixed agenda. End time is flexible.

    Wings & Things in Tyrone--Open for dine in and welcomes small groups. And has Wi-Fi for our tech.

    { Moved from Tuesdays due to conflict with W&T Trivia Night. }

    Tyrone, GA 30290 - USA

    Thursday, October 13 at 6:00 PM

    1

    https://www.meetup.com/ale-atlanta-linux-enthusiasts/events/288679850/

  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    A practical group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux.

    **Each week there will be an online event. If Covid case numbers are low in Cobb County, Georgia there will also be a parallel in-person event called "NW Weekly Linux Help Session (in-person)."**

    The online meeting takes place on Jitsi; assistance is provided via screen-sharing.

    The in-person group monitors the Jitsi meeting while simultaneously addressing other issues hands-on in groups of two or three.

    Please check each week's Meetup event notices to see if we'll be meeting in-person as well as online. Then **RSVP to the appropriate event** so we have an idea of how many people will be joining us, but only if you are 95% certain of attendance.

    \*\*\*

    A practical group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux. Attendees set the agenda. Those with questions or problems speak up and the group addresses them one at a time. If no one has an issue then participants may demo a distribution or technique.

    If there's interest we can work through a HowToForge tutorial together. Feel free to post the URL for a tutorial you'd like for the team to use (must be from https://www.howtoforg...) and the crowd choice wins.

    Atlanta, - USA

    Sunday, October 16 at 3:00 PM

    3

    https://www.meetup.com/ale-atlanta-linux-enthusiasts/events/288736928/