We’re holding daily video conferences between 12:00 and 14:00 UK time and each Wednesday from 19:30 onwards at the following address:
No software special is required, you just need a web browser, a microphone and optionally a webcam.
The microphone built into your laptop should be sufficient, though a headset sounds far better if you have one.
Feel free to join us.
Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus, in person meetings are postponed for the foreseeable future. We look forward to resuming in a few months.
Meetings take place roughly every two weeks, starting from about 7:30pm on a Wednesday evening. The time, date and venue are announced on the mailing list roughly 3-5 days before the event, and a list of likely attendees is posted, allowing you to judge the size, interest and overall scariness of the proposed meeting.
WolvesLUG is often described as a “social” LUG, with great emphasis placed on eating, drinking and merrymaking together. The atmosphere is generally informal and friendly. Subjects of conversation range from non-technical small-talk to in-depth technical/development-related discussions (some topics being completely bizarre!), with formal talks/presentations every so often when we can overcome apathy (which is rare).
As an informal rule, the proportion of conversation that is about Open Source/technical topics tends to increase as the evening draws on as people mention subjects that people find interesting. These occasionally lead up to a large round-table informal discussion/debate about some topical subject that can go on into the small hours of the morning.