Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are formed by PCUG members as forums for discussing particular aspects of computing. SIGs come and go - some are short-lived, some are long-lived. Typically a group of members with similar interests will get together to form a SIG, and will hold regular meetings or other activities.
Information on activities by other groups, that may interest PCUG members, is provided on the Related Group Activities page.
Starting a SIG:
If you would like to form a SIG, PCUG will be happy to provide access to the PCUG Centre as a meeting venue (other engagements permitting). Within reason PCUG will also support any special projects the SIG embarks upon. Listed below are some SIGs which are active at the time of writing. If you would like to start a SIG or you are a SIG convener and have questions, please contact the SIG Coordinator.
PCUG endeavours to ensure that information supplied on this SIGs page is current, and such details are current at the time of posting. Despite all efforts, details (such as event times or venue) may alter at any time. We recommend that you also consult the PCUG Calendar to confirm attendance information.
Please note that specific information about SIGs is progressively being hosted on the PCUG Information Wiki (Activities and Opportunities). This will enable SIG members to easily edit information about their SIGs.