Asia! Are You On the Map?


Mapping every Ubuntu group in the world finds us in the vastness of Asia today.

Are you living in Asia somewhere? If your country is shaded orange, there is an Ubuntu group present.




Is your country represented?
Is your province (or state)?
Is your city (or town)?

Ubuntu can and should be spread all across Asia.

The bad.
There should be solid orange in every country, and dozens of city dots. You'll notice there are still countries without Ubuntu groups. You'll note the absence of city-based teams (with a few notable exceptions) despite the numerous HUGE cities in Asia. This is definitely a bug to be fixed.

The good!
On a positive note, Singapore, Bangalore, and Delhi all have city-level groups. There's a cool Ubuntu group on a state level in Tamil Nadu and a regional group in the special administrative region of Hong Kong, China.

Let's get the biggest cities in Asia on the map. Don't think it's possible? Give me five reasons why not!?

If you're reading this and notice you're not "on the map", then I'm here to help you get on it. Please send me an email and

Let me know!

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Notes:
Delhi and Bangalore are city-based Ubuntu groups in India.
Tamil Nadu is a state-based Ubuntu group in India.
Hong Kong is a regional Ubuntu group in China.
Singapore is an Ubuntu city and nation.


Where did I get the data? http://loco.ubuntu.com.
Inkscape rocks!

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is there any upcoming ubuntu event in india

 
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Thanks for your message. If there's an event coming up, it should be on http://loco.ubuntu.com. If you don't see one there that's near you, you can email any of the teams in India, or you could even create your own event in your city! Which city are you in? It might need an Ubuntu group!

Please let me know if you need further help.

Cheers,
Randall.

 

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