ubuntu-za news

José Antonio Rey jose at ubuntu.com
Sun Apr 19 06:14:18 UTC 2015


I believe this would be best discussed with the LoCo Council, not the news
team. Looping them in!

LC, please remove the News Team from the loop on the next email - maybe we
can come back with a more solid article or post it to the LC blog :)

José Antonio Rey

On Sun, Apr 19, 2015, 00:55 Miles <msdomdonner at ubuntu.com> wrote:

> Dear Editor, A group of ubuntu-za members decided to check the condition
> of LoCos's in Africa in January this year. We were shocked to find that
> most LoCos are basically missing in action. Of the 18 we have found 9,
> (some in a very weakened state)  that are still there, and have got them
> to join irc #ubuntu-africa a channel created for the purpose of uniting
> all ubuntu users on the continent on one channel. There are states that
> only have one ubuntu user, so with the irc channel we give them a home
> base to work from where we can help and support one another. A few of
> the ZA guys have got together to design, build and host a site for
> everyone in Africa and attract as many newcomers to Ubuntu as possible.
> Anyone that can help us find the missing groups or any Ubuntu user in
> the missing areas is welcome to lend a hand. We will keep trying until
> we have linked the whole continent. So far here is what we have
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AfricanTeams
> I can be found on #ubuntu-za and also on #ubuntu-locoteams as Kilos but
> you might need to pm me on the second channel so we dont discuss off
> topic matters.
> All the best to you all
> Miles
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