shanepatrickfagan at ubuntu.com
Fri Jul 16 01:35:01 BST 2010
You could help out with ubuntu documentation or if you can speak
Irish help out with translations.
On Thu, 2010-07-15 at 23:13 +0100, Rory McCann wrote:
> On 15/07/10 18:07, simon corcoran wrote:
> > Hi
> > I'm very new to ubuntu but was looking to get more involved with it,
> > I like the ideas behind it and would like to help and to learn more, So
> > I was wondering Is there any way I can get involved, I'm an above
> > average computer user but that's not hard considering to poor computer
> > literacy around here.
> > So Is there anyway I can get involved,
> > Regards,
> > Simon Corcoran
> Hi Simon,
> Good to hear from you. There are many people active in Ubuntu in
> Ireland. We do lots of stuff from social pub meets to bug jamming
> things. We have a website http://www.ubuntu-ie.org, we have a mailing
> list (which is CC'ed to this mail), join it to be alert to events. We
> have an IRC channel where many hang out and chat (chat live in your
> browser here http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=#ubuntu-ie ), and a
> twitter account http://twitter.com/ubuntuie
> Upcoming events is a 'geeknic' (geek picnic) next Sunday, in Dun
> Laoghaire, Dublin (more info http://ubuntu-ie.org/node/102), it's just a
> chance to hang out, meet new and old friends. Just look for the people
> who look like linux geeks, come up and ask if we're ubuntu :)
> There's a 'global jam' coming up in the ubuntu world in August IIRC.
> It's over a weekend we try to contribute back to ubuntu with bug
> reports, code, etc. We'll be talking about it at our next monthly IRC
> meeting on 21st July (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrishTeam/IRCMeetings).
> Hope that gives you enough of an intro. Feel free to ask anyway, in the
> ubuntu world we don't believe in stupid questions, or introduce yourself.
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