Well, I am off on my travels again. This time I am heading out to Seville in Spain for a number of Ubuntu events. These include:
- Ubuntu Education Summit – 3rd / 4th May – two days of discussion about furthering Ubuntu in Education. I will be hosting a session to discuss how we can get LoCo teams and other community groups together to focus on education. Much of this hails from discussions I have had with Richard Weiderman, the Canonical king of education. Should be an interesting session.
- Ubucon Sevilla – 5th May – a single day community event organised by the local community as well as Paul Sladen and Melissa Draper. If you are planning on going, sign up here so there is an idea of numbers. Should be an interesting day. I will be there rambling on about cat herding.
- Ubuntu Developer Summit – 6th – 11th May – a week in which the fate of gutsy is decided and discussed. What goes in it? Well, come and be a part of the week and help shape the next version of Ubuntu. More details here. I will be there, knee deep in community discussions, and I have a number of different issues I am keen to get on with. We have an incredible bunch of people coming, so it should be an excellent week.
As ever, I will be capturing each of the above on camera, and my flickr account will be royally battered with new photos as they arrive.
I am also looking forward to getting out in the evenings and partying with a bunch of the folks coming to the UDS. Last year was a blast, and I have no doubt that this UDS should be pretty cool too.