Ubuntu Community Week: It's New!

Did you know that we have several great online learning opportunities happening during this (Oneiric Ocelot) cycle?

One that I'm particularly jazzed about is Ubuntu Community Week.

Do you use Ubuntu? Do you know at least 30 other people in your town/city that do? Can you find them? Can you connect and share tips & tricks and collaborate with them? How do you get started?

Or, are you already a part of an active community or established team? Is it growing? Are there Ubuntu events that you can join nearby? Do you want to help your community team be even bigger, stronger, faster?

We have designed this brand new event to help you:

  • Find your community,
  • Participate in your community,
  • Create your community,
  • Energize your community, and
  • Elevate your community to new heights!

This event is scheduled to take place from Mon 18 July - Fri 22 July, 2011 on Lernid (your free online learning tool).

Help shape the event, or stay abreast of our plans by checking out the Ubuntu Community Week wiki page, and let's get Ubuntu community growing together!


Just to clarify, Lernid is an application designed to make it easier for people to access IRC classroom sessions. The event will take place in #ubuntu-classroom on irc.freenode.net. You can use a normal IRC client, the freenode webchat, or Lernid to participate. Using Lernid is not a requirement.


... though it sure is a lot more fun! :)


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