LoCo Directory Moves Forward

At UDS we talked about the concept of a LoCo Directory: a database with all of the LoCo Teams that we currently have listed here. Well, we have been moving forward with the design and the always awesome Rich Johnson has been doing the development. The project is still just kicking off, but a few screenshots:

(the data in the screenshots was imported from a CSV that Efrain contributed, but much of the data will need refining, so don’t put too much faith in it yet!)

This is going to be incredible for the LoCo Community! :)

More soon…

  • http://www.tretle.co.cc/blog tretle

    Hmmmmmm…. the style looks familiar :D :P lol

  • Timo Jyrinki

    We are not unapproved, though :)

    But looks nicer than the current wiki-only solution.

  • http://meanmachine.wordpress.com/ Mean-Machine

    Looks deadly!

    Looking forward to it.

  • http://blog.nixternal.com nixternal

    hehe, yes that theme looks familiar because I temporarily borrowed the GNOME theme. I am planning to change that probably today :)

  • http://www.ubuntu.sun.ac.za hamslaai

    Hi.

    I was impressed with the new Ubiquity method of selecting a timezone using a map. Maybe you could do the same to select a local loco. First click on your timezone, then your country, then your city/town. This would make it easier for non-english people to use.

    Just a thought.

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  • http://www.fragdev.com Jacob Hume

    I was able to refer someone from the Linux Outlaws forum to that section of the Ubuntu site just a couple days ago – it’s nice to see such a valuable resource get some attention. :-)

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