On 21/09/15 12:00, James Gray wrote:

... give ye olde web page a shot in the arm? ...

Here is my attempt to remove the bits from the Slug website which don't work and put in simple links to the bits which do work. The result is not pretty, but at least it should work:


  <title>Sydney Linux User Group</title>

   Sydney Linux User Group
   The Sydney Linux Users Group (SLUG) is a community of passionate
   freedom and technology lovers in Sydney, Australia. Join the
   <a href="http://www.meetup.com/Sydney-Linux-User-Group/";>Slug
   Meetup</a> for details of the next event, to be a sponsor, or
   offer a short <em>lightning</em> talk, or a longer presentation.
   Slug meets at 6pm on the last Friday, most months, at <a href=

   Google Sydney</a>.
   We are one of the largest and most active of <a href=
   "http://linux.org.au/usergroups";>Australia's users groups</a> for
   the Linux free and open-source computer operating system, with a
   diverse membership of users, developers, sysadmins, and advocates.
    <a href=
    "https://www.youtube.com/user/sydneylinuxusergroup";>Videos of
    Slug Events</a>
    <a href="https://twitter.com/slugupdates";>@slugupdates</a> and
    <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/sydlug?src=hash";>#sydlug</a>
    on Twitter
    <a href="mailto:slug-requ...@slug.org.au?subject=subscribe";>Join
    to Slug Email List</a>


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