A tale of 2 websites

Andrew VanSpronsen avanspronsen at gmail.com
Sat May 28 22:58:25 UTC 2005

The point is that the server doc and insert page were put on the
ubuntu.ca<http://ubuntu.ca>wiki because that is where I felt
comfortable putting it. This may be why
the other docs are there as well. If not there then the server doc would be 
in my drafts folder at work and there would be no shared insert discussion 
or presentation idea sharing. 

Documents can certainly be frozen on our site and moved to
Ubuntu.com<http://Ubuntu.com>once we are ready to share with a larger
audience. Why not create something
that is truly made in Canada? Maybe I am the only one who thinks that is a 
novel idea? :-)

If folks are looking for what other LoCo's are doing they can surely find 
their way to our site as we did to the French site and found their great 

I love the discussion and sharing of ideas! hopefully others can ring in 
with there thoughts. 
On 5/28/05, Daniel Robitaille <robitaille at gmail.com> wrote:
> I tend to agree with Corey's comments.
> > I think the
> > current wiki proves this with more active items than we have had on the
> > ubuntu.com <http://ubuntu.com> wiki.
> unless I'm missing something, I can only find 5 pages on the wiki:
> * HomeServerHowTo
> * InstallingFreeNX
> * SkillsOntarioUbuntuServer
> * CD Insert
> * Ubuntu-ca LUG Presentation
> The first 2 are not specifically canadian in content; and I would
> highly recommend that whoever is working on them get involved with the
> ubuntu-doc group; that way they would be intregrated in the larger
> pool of Ubuntu Docs, and be available for everyone, not just
> Canadians. And more people could work on them to make them better
> docs.
> The other 3 are things that are more closely related to this group.
> That CD insert is a good idea; and other LoCo teams should have access
> to it, and then maybe they would go "ah...we should do the same in our
> country". But unless it goes on the main ubuntu wiki, the idea will
> probably stay "hidden" in Canada since it will hard to find.
> We are here to promote Ubuntu in Canada; but we also here to promote
> Ubuntu in general; and as such there is a need for an easy flow of
> information and ideas between the various groups in Ubuntu. Sharing
> the same wiki with others for ideas is an easy way of achieving this.
> --
> Daniel Robitaille
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Gmail - Hits the spot! :-)
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