From their Meetup Page:

The GA 400 Linux Group has been started to allow the casual to advanced Linux users to get together and share ideas, knowledge, and face-time with other Linux users.  We're focused on helping beginning and returning Linux users learn the basics by establishing a solid foundation.  We'll discuss distributions, file systems and storage, installation, databases, networking, and more!

Looks like they have informal weekly meetups at a pizza place, and more formal monthly sessions.

GA 400 Linux Group Meetup Stream

Events - ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

Events - ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    This is a free-form "help each other with linux or linux-related problems", with no fixed agenda. End time is flexible.

    Wings & Things in Tyrone--Open for dine in and welcomes small groups. And has Wi-Fi for our tech.

    { Moved from Tuesdays due to conflict with W&T Trivia Night. }

    Tyrone, GA 30290 - USA

    Thursday, October 21 at 6:00 PM

    1

    https://www.meetup.com/ALE-Atlanta-Linux-Enthusiasts/events/281454065/

  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    This will be an online-only event.

    The CDC now recommends that in areas of "substantial or high transmission" of Covid even fully-vaccinated people should wear a mask in "public indoor settings." As of now, Cobb and other Atlanta-area counties fall into one of those categories.

    Since requiring a mask of everyone at Schlotzsky's would be onerous, we're going back to online-only meetings via Jitsi Meet until circumstances change:

    https://meet.jit.si/A...

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    A hands-on group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux. Attendees set the agenda. Usually people will form small groups of 2-3 to discuss a topic or work on an issue. Bring your laptop -- please, no desktops -- and show us your problem. If we can't help at least we'll amuse you. No presentations.

    If there's interest we can work through a HowToForge tutorial together. Usually this will mean having access to a server or VM (local or remote) to install test stuff into. Feel free to post the URL for a tutorial you'd like for the team to use (must be from https://www.howtoforg...) and the crowd choice wins.

    Please RSVP, so we have an idea of how many people will be joining us, but only if you are 95% certain of attendance.

    Atlanta, - USA

    Sunday, October 24 at 3:00 PM

    3

    https://www.meetup.com/ALE-Atlanta-Linux-Enthusiasts/events/281511535/

  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    This is a free-form "help each other with linux or linux-related problems", with no fixed agenda. End time is flexible.

    Wings & Things in Tyrone--Open for dine in and welcomes small groups. And has Wi-Fi for our tech.

    { Moved from Tuesdays due to conflict with W&T Trivia Night. }

    Atlanta, GA 30339 - USA

    Thursday, October 28 at 6:00 PM

    1

    https://www.meetup.com/ALE-Atlanta-Linux-Enthusiasts/events/mhnbmsyccnblc/

  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    This will be an online-only event.

    The CDC now recommends that in areas of "substantial or high transmission" of Covid even fully-vaccinated people should wear a mask in "public indoor settings." As of now, Cobb and other Atlanta-area counties fall into one of those categories.

    Since requiring a mask of everyone at Schlotzsky's would be onerous, we're going back to online-only meetings via Jitsi Meet until circumstances change:

    https://meet.jit.si/A...

    ___________________________________________________________________________________

    A hands-on group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux. Attendees set the agenda. Usually people will form small groups of 2-3 to discuss a topic or work on an issue. Bring your laptop -- please, no desktops -- and show us your problem. If we can't help at least we'll amuse you. No presentations.

    If there's interest we can work through a HowToForge tutorial together. Usually this will mean having access to a server or VM (local or remote) to install test stuff into. Feel free to post the URL for a tutorial you'd like for the team to use (must be from https://www.howtoforg...) and the crowd choice wins.

    Please RSVP, so we have an idea of how many people will be joining us, but only if you are 95% certain of attendance.

    Atlanta, GA 30339 - USA

    Sunday, October 31 at 3:00 PM

    3

    https://www.meetup.com/ALE-Atlanta-Linux-Enthusiasts/events/lhnbnsyccnbpc/