[Ubuntu-ch] Fwd: Ubuntu's Campus Plans?
Silvan Michael Gebhardt
pcdog at pcdog.ch
Tue Mar 17 09:19:40 GMT 2009
I could be the representative for the BBW Winterthur - this is not a
university, but still a quite big Berufbuildungsschule of the canton
Zurich -which I attend...
regarding the switzerland-wide meeting - what about if we do that
planned enough ahead together with gnupingu?
I think with that we reach some people...
I think we could even do that in Fribourgh...then the travel is not
that far for you.... Love to visit that town again anyway ;)
Am 17.03.2009 um 10:15 schrieb Myriam Schweingruber:
> It would be a nice idea if we had some Ubuntu representatives in the
> major universities and technical high schools of Switzerland. I know
> of quite some of our members being at ETHZ and EPFL, I think it could
> be useful if we had a complete list of people who are available as
> Ubuntu contacts at these places.
> This would also solve the problem with events in these
> universities/high schools been announced and known about earlier for
> us to react. See the previous post about the LinuxDays in Zürich
> during the same day as OpenExpo in Bern...
> We really should avoid such collisions in the future and if we want to
> promote Ubuntu actively as a team we should be notified about events
> much earlier. It's pretty hard to be everywhere at the same time,
> especially if nobody notifies us about, and it's not like Switzerland
> being so huge and crowded that we can afford to have multiple LoCo
> Teams in our country.. So far we, the Swiss Team, have always
> notified our events to every notable group in Switzerland, it would be
> great if this could work the other way round too...
> Regards, Myriam.
> PS. We really should organize another Switzerland-wide meeting of the
> relevant groups being active in the country and agree on a far more
> efficient way to communicate in the future. If only such a meeting
> could be organized and announced in a reasonable time frame to allow
> people to be present (like, getting your day off and having enough
> money to afford travel through half the country on that particular
> day, not everybody gets reduced fares). Yes, I know, my usual rant...
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Fouad Bajwa <fouadbajwa at gmail.com>
> Date: Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 09:36
> Subject: Ubuntu's Campus Plans?
> To: "Ubuntu local community team (LoCo) contacts"
> <loco-contacts at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Cc: billy.cina at canonical.com
> I came across the following post on various FOSS forums and was
> wondering how other LoCo Teams may be catering to similar Ubuntu led
> initiatives or is there even one?
> == What is the Campus Ambassadors program? ==
> * To build up individual Fedora communities on campuses, and provide
> resources for students to organize events and contribute their code
> and ideas to Fedora.
> * To help students network with other open source and Fedora
> contributors, and lay the groundwork for potential summer internships
> * To create a fun and exciting network of passionate, dedicated people
> to spearhead Fedora's presence on college campuses
> * To work with faculty and students both to promote free and open
> source software on campus
> == What do Campus Ambassadors get? ==
> The Fedora Campus Ambassadors program receive many benefits, amongst
> the following:
> * Learn and Increase your knowledge about Fedora, Linux and Open
> * Become a member of the foremost Open Source community
> * Create a name for yourself and network with a world class team of
> people who put together and run the most cutting edge Distro and
> community out there
> * Have your blog aggregated on the Fedora Planet blog site
> * A great opportunity to learn and develop communication skills
> * Lots of experience doing community driven marketing
> * Stipends for running an event (pizza, soda, etc.)
> * Schwag to give out at events and a cool exclusive Campus
> Ambassadors, t-shirt
> * Earn a trip to FUDCon!!!
> == What is required of Campus Ambassadors? ==
> * One tech talk per semester highlighting Fedora and/or Fedora-related
> * Let us know an event is taking place by posting to the wiki and the
> mailing list
> * An event report and blog post as a followup
> * Work with faculty and staff to find new ways and opportunities for
> Fedora on your campus
> * Be a self-starter and identify other ways in which we can help YOU!
> * Attend periodic irc meetings to help coordinate efforts
> * Collaborate and coordinate with other Fedora presence on/near your
> == How do I become a Campus Ambassador? ==
> * Sign up for a Fedora account at
> [http://fedoraproject.org/join-fedora here], click the "set up an
> account link"
> * Join and introduce yourself the mailing list [http://linkhere
> campus-ambassadors at list.fedoraproject.org] - not active yet
> * Join the IRC Channels #fedora-campusamb and #fedora-ambassadors at
> [irc://irc.freenode.net irc.freenode.net]
> * Get going!!
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