Last Updated on February 20, 2023
Population: 1.4 million
Largest City: Manchester
Major Industries: Health care and social assistance, retail trade and professional, scientific, and technical services
New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the United States. It borders Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, Maine and the Gulf of Maine to the east, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north.
|Location||Linux User Group|
|Hanover||DLSLUG: Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Linux User Group|
|Manchester||New Hampshire Python Group is a group for people interested in Python, improving their skills, or even those who advanced in the language. All skill levels are welcome.|
|Nashua||GNHLUG: Greater New Hampshire Linux User Group is made up of people who have interests in both Linux and the state of New Hampshire.|
New Hampshire is nicknamed the Granite State because it has a history of granite mining. Although New Hampshire still has granite quarries, it’s better known for mining sand and gravel.
Englishman John Mason named New Hampshire after the county of Hampshire in England.
If you decide to report on Washington State, Olympia Microcomputer Users Group (OMUG) has a monthly SIG, the “Linux and Raspberry Pi SIG.” Meetings are sometimes hybrid (live and also online) and sometimes just online using the Jitsi platform.
Erik has previously published an article for Washington.
It appears OMUG is not active from their website. Is there evidence of activity?
Haha, you are right about our website, but activity continues. The main computer club meets monthly as a hybrid live/online meeting, and the Linux SIG meets monthly as hybrid every other month and online only for the other months. The link for “questions about OMUG” will get you details. I will make a concerted effort to help update the web page, we got way behind… And I missed the WA article, thanks for the link.
Thanks, we’ve added a link to OMUG on our Washington article.