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[pivotCE]webOS meetup, Chicago, 3rd June


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It’s been over a year since there was a webOS meet up in Chicago, but it’s happening next month!

There are many , but the highlight of your visit will of course be the chance to sit down with fellow webOS enthusiasts to enjoy pizza and good conversation.

The 2018 webOS meetup will be on Sunday June 3rd 2018 at 7pm. The place is , 1893 Walden Office Square, Schaumburg, IL 60173.

Bring your old webOS devices, your new LuneOS devices and your Raspberry Pi running webOS OSE (but maybe leave your webOS TV at home).

. Any questions? Here’s .

The team at pivotCE remind you that if you are planning a meet up, let us know! We are interested in promoting your events (it might even increase attendance!). We are also interested in reports and pictures from webOS events.

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