The Making of the UDS-P Group Shot

One of the highlights of UDS is the group shot. Those that make the fantasic product, platform, project that is Ubuntu gather to show the world that Ubuntu is also a community of people. Here we are getting ready. Can you spot some Ubuntu people that you know? I think I see Amber Graner. Hmm... there's that Ubuntuman again. Be careful![img_assist|nid=222|title=|desc=|link=none|align=center|width=640|height=480]Sean Sosik-Hamor was kind enough to be our director and photographer. Thanks Sean for having the patience to herd us into something that resembles an organized group while risking your life on the ladder![img_assist|nid=223|title=|desc=|link=none|align=center|width=640|height=480]I'm sure the official shot will be available soon. Stay tuned...---Images (CC BY-SA 2.0) rrnwexec.This blog post was the eleventh in a series of many that I will be posting about UDS, the Ubuntu Developer Summit.

One of the highlights of UDS is the group shot. Those that make the fantasic product, platform, project that is Ubuntu gather to show the world that Ubuntu is also a community of people.

Here we are getting ready. Can you spot some Ubuntu people that you know? I think I see Amber Graner. Hmm... there's that Ubuntuman again. Be careful!

Sean Sosik-Hamor was kind enough to be our director and photographer. Thanks Sean for having the patience to herd us into something that resembles an organized group while risking your life on the ladder!

I'm sure the official shot will be available soon. Stay tuned...

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Images (CC BY-SA 2.0) rrnwexec.

This blog post was the eleventh in a series of many that I will be posting about UDS, the Ubuntu Developer Summit.

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Thanks again for capturing me hanging off something tall! I linked in your other post but figured I'd drop the URL here too. :D

* http://www.pixoulphotography.com/2011/11/23/official-uds-p-group-photo-a...

 

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