The PC Users Group
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Special Interest Groups are created by members within the group
as a forum for the dicussion of a particular aspect of computing.
SIGs come and go - some last years, some only months. Typically
a group of people with similar interests will get together to
form a SIG, and will hold regular meetings or other activities.
If you would like to form a SIG, the Group will be happy to fund
refreshments and to provide the PCUG Centre as
a venue (other engagements permitting). Within reason, the Group
will also support any special projects the SIG embarks upon. Listed
below are some SIGs which are active at time of writing. SIGs change
quite rapidly, so please check the latest issue of the PCUG journal
for the most current details
If you would like to start a SIG or you are a SIG convener and
have questions, please contact
the SIG Coordinator .
Eat and talk about computing. Convener is Andrew Freeman,
Meetings are at 6.00pm
at the ANU Union
Asian Bistro on PCUG
nights. There is a discount
to PCUG members on food - present your membership card. See
for more details.
C programming, C++ programming, object oriented development. Convener
is Peter Corcoran, email@example.com. Meetings
are held at the
PCUG Centre at 7:30pm
on the second Tuesday of every month.
Drink coffee (or tea!)
about anything and everything. Meetings are held from 10.00am to
11.30am every second Tuesday at
the PCUG Centre .
There is informal discussion
before the meeting from 9.30am and afterwards until 12.00 midday. The
dates for these meetings are shown in the PCUG journal
Calendar of Events.
Computers & Vegetarianism
Convener is Andrew Freeman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 6258
Contact Andrew for further details or see
For Borland Delphi developers. Contact Al Kabaila,
Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) Developers
Using GUIs, developing GUI products. Convener is Peter Harris
, 6287 1484 (ah). Contact Peter for further details.
For newcomers to Linux - installation and use of some of the currently
available Linux distributions. Intended mainly for the end user,
especially those seeking a robust software suite, which meets most or
all of their requirements and at low-cost. Assistance from more
experienced Linux users is welcomed. Convenor is Rodney Peters,
Using and abusing this freeware Unix clone for PC hardware. Convener
is Stephen Rothwell, email@example.com, 6291 6550 (ah).
Meetings are held at 7.30pm on the fourth Thursday of each month
(except December), Room N101, Computer Science Dept, Australian
Networking computers together. Convener is Allan Hepworth, 0418
445 006 (ah). Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at
7:30PM in the PCUG Centre, Belconnen. Contact Allan for further details.
The OS/2 operating system and related matters. Convener is David
Thrum, 6201 8806 (bh). Meetings are held at
7.00 for 7.30pm on the third Thursday of each month at the IBM
Building, 8 Brisbane Avenue, Barton.
/ 2 June 2004