Ubuntu Global Jam: Call For Events!

Ubuntu Global Jam: Call For Events!

From 2nd – 4th March 2012 we will be running the Ubuntu Global Jam. This is a global event in which we ask Ubuntu users and contributors to organize events in their local areas to meet other Ubuntu people and help contribute to Ubuntu.

The Ubuntu Global Jam is a fun event, and a great way to meet other Ubuntu and Free Software folks. It is also really easy to organize an event if there is not one near you.

To explain more, tonight I created a video explaining what the Ubuntu Global Jam is, and how to organize an event:

Can’t see it? Click here!

We are going to be encouraging you good folks to start organizing your events. You can find out more about the events here at loco.ubuntu.com and more information on the wiki.

Please feel free to ask whatever questions you like about how to organize an event in the comments here. Do let me know if you organize an event!

Mike is also working on some website updates on loco.ubuntu.com that will make the event a little more interested both before and when the event is running.

  • Tshrinivasan

    Nice video. How did you create this video? What tools are used?

  • Aaravindh777

    The video is superb….We can organize this event .

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Arthur-Dent/100001562712889 Arthur Dent

    I guess Kubuntu users have to make their own party.

    Besides, Im sure none of them feel like celebrating The One too much.

    Sort of like getting dumped by the ex-wife and going out to celebrate her (wonky) new boob job.

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    Video is really awesome…!!!.. After viewing this know more about Ubuntu and free software…Thanks