[ubuntu-dk] [Fwd: Ubuntu Party Weekend…]

anders@jenbo.dk anders at jenbo.dk
Tor Aug 5 13:56:36 BST 2010

Hej alle sammen

Jeg har kigget lidt på om vi kunne holde global jam i Labitat. Tror det det ville være et godt sted og man kunne måske introducere nogle folk til nogle nye miljøer.

Mvh Anders

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Fra: "Michael Hastrup Bendsen" <michael.bendsen at net.telenor.dk>
Dato: tir., aug. 3, 2010 14:00
Emne: [ubuntu-dk] [Fwd: Ubuntu Party Weekend…]
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Kunne være rigtig hyggeligt, men er der nogen planer om hvor det skal 

Mvh Michael Hastrup Bendsen
On 02-08-2010 23:09, Jesper Jarlskov wrote:
> Hej liste
> I weekenden 27.-29. August er der Ubuntu Global Jam, dvs. LoCos over
> hele verden mødes og arbejder sammen om diverse Ubunturelaterede
> projekter. Det er derfor ved at være på tide at starte planlægningen,
> hvis vi skal deltage i eventet endnu en gang. Det var hyggeligt
> sidst :-)
> Jesper Jarlskov
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> From: Daniel Holbach<daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com>
> Reply-to: "Ubuntu local community team \(LoCo\) contacts"
> <loco-contacts at lists.ubuntu.com>
> To: ubuntu-event-planners at lists.ubuntu.com, Ubuntu local community team
> (LoCo) contacts<loco-contacts at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Subject: Ubuntu Party Weekend…
> Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2010 15:59:33 +0200
> … also known as Ubuntu Global Jam is coming up swiftly, so make sure you
> put 27th-29th August into your calendar and talk your local Ubuntu
> friends into participating.
> 	https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuGlobalJam
> Ok, so it’s Ubuntu Global Jam. What does that mean? What’s going to happen?
> Simple. It’s going to happen what you make happen. Whatever your team
> enjoys doing is great. The only requirements are: it needs to be fun and
> it should make Ubuntu better somehow.
> Ok. What does that mean?
> We had loads of different jams around the world already: events where
> people get together locally and make Ubutnu better by working on bugs,
> packaging, translations, documentation, testing, upgrading or whatever
> else they enjoy doing.
> 	https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Jams
> In the past we had events all around the globe, where new friends met
> for the first time, people learned from each other, people from other
> open source projects were invited and where everybody (most importantly)
> had a fantastic time.
> If your LoCo team already knows when and where it’s going to happen, add
> the event to the LoCo Directory. We set up the event on loco.ubuntu.com
> already.
> 	http://loco.ubuntu.com/events/global/195/detail/
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Jams has lots of information on how to to
> organise the event properly, and what kind of preparation your team
> mates should look into depending on what your team wants to do. Stay
> tuned for tuition sessions where you can ask all your questions. A good
> place for getting that information is of course loco-contacts or the
> ubuntu-event-planners mailing list.
> If you're part of a LoCo team, please bring it up with your team, talk
> to them, find out what they like, meet and make Ubuntu rock even harder.
> Have a great day,
>   Daniel

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