Ubuntu Open Week en español

Leandro Gómez leo.telsen at gmail.com
Thu Oct 8 18:10:28 BST 2009

Yes! It’s Ubuntu Open Week in Spanish!

Ubuntu Open Week is a week of IRC tuition and Q+A sessions all about getting
involved in the rock-and-roll world that is the Ubuntu community. We
organize this week for the beginning of a new release cycle to help new
contributors get involved.

The LoCo Teams from the non-English speaking countries has always had the
language barrier that holds them back from contributing more efficiently to
the Ubuntu project. A lot of members from our communities don’t know how to
contribute and do not participate in the UOW tuitions and sessions because
of their lack of understanding of the English language.

José Ernesto Dávila, one of the founders of the Nicaraguan LoCo Team and
member of the local Community Council, stepped up and started the
organization of the very first Ubuntu Open Week in Spanish.

The idea is to hold a week (or at least three days) of IRC sessions in
Spanish in order to motivate community members from Spanish speaking
countries to get involved in the Ubuntu community.

We’re teaming up with the Central American Ubuntu LoCo Teams from November
2-6 on IRC in the #ubuntu-centroamerica channel.

Right now we’re putting together the schedule of the Central American Ubuntu
Open Week. If you are interested in holding a session, please add yourself
in the wiki or drop us an e-mail at the Central American Ubuntu LoCo Teams
mailing list.

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