Meet Your UDS-R Crew

The often misunderstood UDS-R Crew can be an intimidating force, especially given that they are armed (2 arms to be precise!), and lead by the arguably the toughest Ubuntu community member on the block: Chris Johnston.

If you were up early enough today, and at UDS in Copenhagen, you likely saw the "wall of orange" carefully guiding participants to the auditorium, and answering tough first-day questions like:
"Where are the meetings?"
"Where do I get my badge?"
"Where are the bathrooms?"
"When will Ubuntu phone be released?"
"Where's Jono?"

One of the things that I really enjoy is the camradarie that is built at UDS. The UDS Crew is but one example of people coming together to build a team and make UDS (and Ubuntu) better.

Your UDS-R CrewYour UDS-R Crew

As sessions started, the crew assigned to the day made sure that all the meeting rooms were signed and that no one got lost. This fun will continue throughout the week.

In just a couple hours, at the opening party, we'll be your source of correct-answer stickers for the "top-secret" contest. So, if you see us walking around, please come over and say hi. Introduce yourself. Bring answers!

We're not what you think ;) We're armed (with stickers) and we're friendly.

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Have an example of a fun team you've been part of at UDS? Write about it!

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Hahahaha, I'd love to be part of your forces, maybe in the next UDS, have a nice day, an keep shooting (stickers) to anyone you could see! =)

 

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