Ubuntu on Air was announced just a few minutes ago. It consists on a series of broadcasts via Google+ Hangouts, that will be streamed live via YouTube. This will be used to give general announcements about releases, and classes for the Classroom project. For this, we have got the #ubuntu-on-air channel, which will be used for people to interact with speakers during the session, and a dedicated YouTube channel, to keep a record of past sessions. The first session will take place on July the 26th at 18 UTC, giving some update on Alpha releases by Benjamin Kerensa, and a glimpse of how bugs can help to make a better release by Brian Murray. Thanks to the help of Jorge Castro and José Antonio Rey for organizing this, and Nathan Handler and Elizabeth Krumbach for helping with the bot.
Originally posted here by José Antonio Rey on Wed Jul 18