Tag Archives: LoCo Teams

LoCos, Leaders, and Lessons Learned: Pennsylvania Team

In this second of many LoCo Team interviews to come in this US Teams Interview Series – LoCos, Leaders, and Lessons Learned, Amber Graner talks to Bret Fledderjohn of the Ubuntu Pennsylvania Local Community Team. Bret talks about the tools the team uses, events they attend as well as help with, and what advice the […]

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #196

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is Issue #196 for the week May 30th – June 5th, 2010 and is available here. In this issue we cover: Maverick Alpha 1 released Kubuntu: Maverick Alpha 1 Released Postponing Ubuntu User Days Call for Testing: Hardy Firefox Users (or willing to install Hardy in a VM) […]

LoCo Stories: the Asturian team drives the Asturian Language Academy migration to Ubuntu

Spain has a rich language diversity. While the main official language is Spanish, there are several regions in which it coexists with others with the same or similar degrees of official recognition. These are Basque, spoken in the Basque Country; Catalan, spoken in Catalonia, the Valencian Community and the Balearic Islands; and Galician, spoken in […]

Interview with Amber Graner

Penelope Stowe: Please tell us a little about yourself. Amber Graner: First, thanks for asking me to do the interview. I have to say I am usually the one on the other side asking the questions so this is fun twist. I am an Ubuntu user advocate, active Ubuntu community member, Ubuntu User Magazine Blogger […]

Call for LoCo Council Elections

Thanks to the great work Jan Claeys Alan Pope and Efrain Valles have done in the Ubuntu LoCo Council, in April their term comes to an end. We’d like to thank them for their hard work in the Ubuntu community and continued contributions. I’m writing this mail to ask for volunteers to step forward and […]

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