OpenWeek Summary for Wednesday
Here are the logs from yesterday’s OpenWeek sessions: Advanced dualboot (Win/Ubuntu) config sharing a lot of stuff! - Tiago Carrondo How to contribute translating Ubuntu — David Planella Volunteer Leadership -What does it take? - akgraner Writing your first Ubuntu app — David Planella Social Networking in Ubuntu: What’s new? - KenVanDine And here’s the...
Mobile schedule for UDS
The guidebook mobile schedule for UDS-P is now ready, install it here: And just search for UDS in the application. Then you’ll have the UDS schedule, events, sponsorship information, and maps in your pocket: The schedule updates every 10 minutes, and there’s a convenient QR code on each schedule page so at UDS itself you’ll be able to just take a shot of one of the...
OpenWeek Summary for Tuesday
NOTE! We are starting a bit early today at 1300UTC, and also today tomorrow we have Rick Spencer’s Q+A. Rick is the engineering manager for the Ubuntu Platform, so he’s got good working knowledge of Ubuntu as a whole, so bring your hard questions! Here’s the logs from yesterday’s sessions: Getting Started with Ubuntu Development - Daniel Holbach Is your system Ubuntu...
OpenWeek Summary for Monday
We had some great sessions yesterday, here are the links to the logs: Introduction and General Ubuntu Q&A - Jorge Castro Contributing to Ubuntu at a Local level: A Roadmap - Randall Ross Getting the most out of LoCo Teams Portal - Michael Hall Juju: DevOps Distilled - Clint Byrum We’ve got some nice content for you today too, starting at 1400UTC: Daniel’s going to do a 2...
Open Week Starts today!
Join us in #ubuntu-classroom IRC! Here’s the schedule
Looking for some LoCo Team Portal Developers
Being able to find each other is a key part of building community. I mean, what’s the point of having a release party if no one knows where to go? This is why we have tools for bringing people together. We call it the LoCo Team Portal. It’s a portal where local community teams can claim their space, list their events and meetings, as well as allowing people to show their interest,...
Let's make it personal.
One thing Jono’s talked about in the past is how to make Ubuntu more personal. One of the things that suck about the internet is that we’re all behind monitors and keyboards, and it’s hard to remember that there’s a human being on the other end of the line. Things like Google Hangouts are helping too, it lets us just talk and be more like we are in real life than typing...
Open Week Schedule Finalized, come get some
We’re all set to go for Open Week. We’ve got some great sessions lined up. We’ve got contributing at a local leve, loco team portal, juju for devops, getting started with ubuntu development, ubuntu friendly, ubuntu brainstorm, translations, writing your first app, leadership, social networking via gwibber, bug hunting, ubuntu orchestra, xubuntu, advanced dual booting...