When you think of Ubuntu community, what comes to mind?
Do you think of people huddled over keyboards, staring at dimly lit screens and IRC channels? Do you think of programming? Do you think of squabbling? In-fighting?
When I think of Ubuntu community, I think of people who love to get together to celebrate the world's most collaborative project. I think of people who share the ethos that "we are all one." I think of people giving up their Saturday afternoon to do something to spread Ubuntu to those who have never heard of it. I think of the person seeing Ubuntu for the first time and falling in love with technology again.
Last week, I kicked off the first meeting of the "Ubuntu Evangelists," a new swat-team of Ubuntu folks who know how to instill passion in others and how to raise the enthusiasm for Ubuntu in the circles they travel. And, a side-effect of this meeting was my new friend Rudy in Paris sharing this fun video. Give it a watch and then tell me in the comments that Ubuntu is anything other than amazing!
Are you an Ubuntu Evangelist? Do you want to see Ubuntu everywhere in your lifetime? When cut, do you bleed Pantone 1665?
Join us! Spread your passion for Ubuntu. Help tilt the earth's axis. We're here: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-evangelists
Do you have a photo or video of your Ubuntu community having fun? Share it with me in an email or comment here.