Computers and Vegetarianism Special Interest Group (CVSIG) SIG, pointer to the Vegan ACT home page, and links to upcoming Vegetarian related events in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), and around the world

This page was last updated on:
8 October 2018


The Computers and Vegetarianism Special Interest Group (CVSIG) is is a PCUG SIG, made up of a group of computer users, who also have an interest in vegetarianism, and in particular how computers and computer networks might be used as an aid to gaining information on, and living, a vegetarian lifestyle.

It would be appreciated if those who hope to attend could advise Andrew Freeman of this (he can also provide further information on the groups). Andrew only routinely attends the meetings if new people plan to attend, so it is important if you plan to attend a CVSIG meeting for the first time, that you advise Andrew of this.

Andrew Freeman can be contacted via:

The informal get togethers for the CVSIG are occassionally held during dinners run by Vegan ACT

For further information on the CVSIG write to:

For further information on the PC Users Group (the CVSIG is a SIG of the PC Users Group) write to: or visit:
the PC Users Group home page.

Vegan ACT

Vegan ACT has a home page which includes details on upcoming vegan and vegetarian events in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and related matters.

Vegetarianism around the world

For information on Vegetarianism around the world, visit the
Vegetarian Pages

The International Vegetarian Union homepage is also an excellent resource on vegetarianism around the world.


The views expressed above do not necessarily reflect the views of any organisation of which Andrew is a member. Andrew Freeman disclaims any and all liability for the accuracy and/or completeness of the information presented above, and in any pointed to Web pages or other information sources. He will accept no responsibility for loss occasioned as a direct or indirect result of the use of information obtained thereby. He suggests you confirm the accuracy of the information provided, before using it for any purpose.

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