[Ubuntu-be] Ubuntu (be) structure
jean7491 at free.fr
jean7491 at free.fr
Thu Nov 26 17:23:40 GMT 2009
Indeed, the first part of thepresentation (who you are? what is Ubuntu and
Ubuntu-be?) will likely be the easiest part for you.
The second part "Ubuntu and Open Source software is a good solution for OCR's"
is more difficult, as we are not familar with this environment (I never heard
before about OCR's!). To convince the OCR organizators about Ubuntu being a
solution, we first need to understand their expectation.
For this reason I suggested a contact with Martine.
It is only my personal view: I hope we receive other ideas from the mailing list
Quoting kennywest <kenneth.westelinck op telenet.be>:
> True, but I assume they don't know _who we are_, otherwise there would be no
> need for me to give this presentation. So I think it is polite to introduce
> myself, Ubuntu and Ubuntu BE in the presentation, before trying to convince
> them Ubuntu is the best solution for their problems.
> jean7491 wrote:
> > Kenneth,
> > I think the presentation has to be oriented on the attendees : after a
> > short
> > explanation about what is Ubuntu? and what is included in the pakage, you
> > have
> > to answer to the questions why is Ubuntu something for the Open Computers
> > Ruimtes (OCR's)? what can bring Ubuntu (and open software) to the OCR
> > organizators and users?
> > It probably needs you learn more about OCR's and the public using the OCR.
> > Eventually you could ask information from Martine.
> > And perhaps in the mailing list are there people knowing more about OCR's
> > ?
> > Regards,
> > Jean
> > Quoting kennywest <kenneth.westelinck op telenet.be>:
> >> Hi all,
> >> As some of you know I will be giving a presentation in a few weeks about
> >> using Ubuntu on computers in public spaces (like a library or school, I
> >> guess). In these slides, I would also like to talk about how Ubuntu is
> >> structured in loco teams and what these loco teams are doing (or supposed
> >> to
> >> do :) ). (BTW, should I mention the support map :/ )
> >> Anyway, I've been using Ubuntu from day one (well, actually day 2, I
> >> started
> >> with Hoary), spent a lot of time helping people on the Dutch forums and
> >> assisted a lot of booths on Dipro fairs organized in Ghent. So I know
> >> more
> >> or less how it all works, but I was wondering if there is some
> >> presentation
> >> out there that shows how Ubuntu, and more specifically Ubuntu-be is
> >> structured.
> >> If not, could someone from the _higher council_ maybe provide me with a
> >> slide or two or maybe give me some pointers (yes, I did read
> >> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BelgianTeam/Responsibility, but maybe stuff has
> >> changed in the meantime).
> >> Thank you.
> >> regards,
> >> Kenneth
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