Tag Archives: Ubuntu Open Week

OpenWeek Summary for Thursday

It’s been an exciting Ubuntu Open Week so far with sessions yesterday, Thursday, October 20, 2011 which included: How to become a bug guru? Ubuntu Orchestra — Servers, Live and in Concert! Xubuntu: What is that? Canonical and the Community The final day of Ubuntu (11.10) Open Week sessions start today, Friday, October 21, 2011 at […]

OpenWeek Summary for Wednesday

Day 4 of Ubuntu Open Week starts at 1400 UTC today. Today’s schedule (Thursday, October 20th, 2011) includes a Q&A with Rick Spencer. As Jorge Castro said yesterday, “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!” Thursday sessions […]

OpenWeek Summary for Tuesday

NOTE! We are starting a bit early today at 1300UTC, and also today 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 – […]

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 […]

Invitation to Ubuntu Open Week – October 11 -15, 2010

You’re invited to Ubuntu Open Week Where: Online in IRC – #ubuntu-classroom & #ubuntu-classroom-chat When: Monday October 11, 2010 through Friday October 15, 2010 Time: 14:00 UTC – 18:00 UTC Want to find out more about what’s happening in and around Ubuntu as well as Kubuntu, Xubuntu, and Ubuntu Studio? Want a chance to ask […]

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