[oclug] Re: OCLUG needs a newbies night (John Gill)
swfiua at gmail.com
Thu Mar 5 23:17:13 EST 2009
LOcal COmmunity teams. Ubuntu encourages users to set up local teams:
There are some good docs on how it is all supposed to work here:
Since there is already a Canada team, in theory stuff in Ottawa/Ontario
could be done as part of that team, but there is also the option of going
the way of the US which has teams for each state.
On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 6:38 PM, Robert Echlin <rob.echlin at rocketmail.com>wrote:
> Ooooh, goody, another Linux word I never heard of:
> What's a loco team?
> Rob Echlin, B. Eng.
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> One thing that might be a big help for newbies would be to start up an
> Ottawa Ubuntu Loco team -- I know this is a linux rather than just Ubuntu
> group, but Ubuntu is probably the most newbie friendly distro.
> Currently, Canada just has a country-wide loco team, which given the size
> the place is a bit broad ;)
> Is there any interest here in starting one up?
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