Vancouver's Natty U-Party!

Last Friday evening, Vancouver (the city in Canada that really gets Ubuntu) threw a party in celebration of Ubuntu and Unity. We call our parties "U-Party" to appeal to everyone(1), not just Ubuntu users. Over the course of the next few days I will be sharing some of the highlights (at least the ones that I'm allowed to share). I will also share some of the ideas that helped make this party special.Here's a start. This was the party logo we projected for the world to see! [img_assist|nid=88|title=|desc=|link=none|align=center|width=640|height=394]The logo was animated to spin during the party, which actually was an even more interesting thing after an Ubuntini or two :) I am told that the logo looks like this... http://ubuntuone.com/p/10iV/---(1) Remember, 99% of the world uses other OS'es (that don't respect freedom), and we want to bring fun into their lives too! We are all human.

Last Friday evening, Vancouver (the city in Canada that really gets Ubuntu) threw a party in celebration of Ubuntu and Unity. We call our parties "U-Party" to appeal to everyone(1), not just Ubuntu users.

Over the course of the next few days I will be sharing some of the highlights (at least the ones that I'm allowed to share). I will also share some of the ideas that helped make this party special.

Here's a start. This was the party logo we projected for the world to see! The logo was animated to spin during the party, which actually was an even more interesting thing after an Ubuntini or two :) I am told that the logo looks like this... http://ubuntuone.com/p/10iV/

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(1) Remember, 99% of the world uses other OS'es (that don't respect freedom), and we want to bring fun into their lives too! We are all human.

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