Our October meeting will be presented by Eric Anderson:
This will be a short demo of Eric's experimenting with the new shell "NuShell". As Eric describes it, NuShell replaces plaintext sent to redirects and pipes with structured data.
After that, Jas will show a few non-default tricks with Bash. If you have knowledge of other shells like zsh, fish, or rc, and would be willing to show a couple things that make those shells interesting, bring your laptop!
ColaLUG, the Columbia SC Linux User's Group, will be joining us on Jitsi, live-streamed to YouTube:
Enter OpenWorks from 3rd floor of Richardson St. Parking Deck.