[ubuntu-cl] concurso ubuntu por el día de la mujer!

Cristian Barahona G. cristianvirtual en gmail.com
Mar Ene 12 02:26:29 GMT 2010


Amigas Ubunteras! (y bueno ubunteros con amigas q usen ubuntu)

Para celebrar el día de la mujer Ubuntu-Woman está organizando un
concurso para una vez llegado el 8 de marzo se celebre como nunca :)
La idea es recopilar historias de mujeres idealmente una pagina (si usan
Open Office) contando como se acercaron a ubuntu y demostrar q ser mujer
ubuntera no es tan raro después de todo :)
Hay 2 premios en juego, uno será por votación y otro por sorteo.

así que mujeres ubunteras! o ubunteros con
novias/pololas/esposas/amantes/amigas/mamas/etc que usan Ubuntu a
motivarse y mandar sus historias

info del concurso:
- fecha limite de envío: 22 de febrero 23:59 UTC
- enviar a ubuntuwomen.competition en gmail.com
- trabajos publicados bajo Creative Commons atribucion sin derivados (u
otra más flexible)
- ver mail adjunto más abajo

Saludos

--------- Mensaje reenviado --------
> 
> Greetings all!
> 
> Firstly, some introductory reading for those who are not familiar with
> International Women's Day:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Women%27s_Day and
> http://www.internationalwomensday.com/
> 
> Ubuntu-Women has tried in the past to find some way to celebrate this
> event, but as far as I can remember it has never really amounted to much
> other than some chattering on IRC. So let us try a bit harder for 2010!
> 
> We have all come to Ubuntu in our own special ways -- every single one
> of us differently to the next. Yet one of the most common questions we
> get asked is "How can I get $woman to use Ubuntu?". 
> 
> Obviously we cannot really answer that question, but we would dearly
> love to have a collection of stories by women about how they discovered
> Ubuntu. Such a repository would allow us to demonstrate that there's no
> one definitive answer, and at the same time maybe provide the gift of
> inspiration to women who are interested -- showing them that it's really
> not so unusual to be Ubuntu fans after all.
> 
> We are not expecting any particular length, but do remember that these
> stories should be suited to perusal at leisure and not require someone
> to allocate hours of their day to read. Anywhere between a few
> paragraphs and a OO.o Write page is ideal.
> 
> There will be two (2) prizes up for grabs. One (1) prize pack will be
> given to the story that the community votes is their favourite. One (1)
> prize pack will be given to a randomly drawn entrant. Jono Bacon, the
> Ubuntu Community Manager will be drawing this entrant in a videocast,
> and announcing both winners to the world on March 8th.
> 
> Please email your stories to ubuntuwomen.competition en gmail.com by UTC
> 23:59 22nd February 2010.
> 
> By submitting a story, you acknowledge that it will be posted on the
> Ubuntu Women website under the Creative Commons Attribution
> No-Derivatives [0] licence. If you prefer that your story be posted
> under a less restrictive licence such as Creative Commons Attribution
> [1] or Public Domain [2], then feel free to let us know when you submit.
> All stories are to be non-fiction and of a family-friendly nature. The
> organisers also reserve the right to interview prospective winners over
> the phone or other voice chat at their discretion.
> 
> We will celebrate International Women's Day by announcing the winners,
> who will receive gift packs (which are still in negotiation -- we will
> announce when it is confirmed!).
> 
> Good Luck!
> 
> p.s: Please pass this along to *any* women you know who *use* Ubuntu --
> the more the merrier!
> 
> [0] http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/
> [1] http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
> [2] http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain
> 
> Melissa, Amber, Laura, Lyz and Mackenzie
> 
> 
> 
> 
> -- 
> 
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/czajkowski
> http://www.lczajkowski.com
> Skype: lauraczajkowski
> 
> 
> 
> 


-- 
Cristian Barahona G.
http://www.cristianvirtual.org




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