The Open Source Club at the Ohio State University is a registered student organization composed of members from all around campus and out into the community who share a common enthusiasm for free, open source software. Our mission is to create an environment where the benefits of open development enable students to collaborate and explore beyond the classroom.

Linux Installfest

This meeting is scheduled for: 
September 3, 2015 - 7:00pm

This Thursday, 09/03/2015 at 7:00PM in Caldwell Labs 120 the Open Source Club will hold our annual Linux Installfest! For those that are unaware, the Linux Installfest is a yearly event, where we help you install linux on your personal machines. If your not quite convinced Linux is right for you, you might consider dual-booting linux along side your existing OS. We will provide bootable USBs and discs of various linux distributions (e.g. Debian, Arch Linux, Fedora, Linux Mint, and Ubuntu ), however we still encourage you to bring/share your own installation media.

First Meeting of the Semester

This meeting is scheduled for: 
August 27, 2015 - 7:00pm

Hi everyone,

This Thursday, 2015/08/27 at 7:00PM in Caldwell Labs 120, Eli Gladman and the Open Source Club will present our very first meeting of the 2015-2016 academic year.

This meeting, geared toward beginners, gives an overview of the club including what we do and why we care. Additionally, this meeting is more social in nature with plenty of time to meet new people and network around.

Laptops are encouraged but not required, and as always, there will be pizza.


We don't have official meetings in the summer. See you next year!

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