To all Ubuntu Planets Administrators

yann freedoomer at mandragor.org
Wed Feb 1 13:41:27 GMT 2006


>>Hello,
>>
>>My name is Og Maciel and together with a small group of Brazilian
>>Linux enthusiasts, we successfully launched the Brazilian Ubuntu
>>Planet last November.  The reason why I'm writing this is to ask the
>>administrators/leaders of the other Ubuntu Planets out there
>>(apparently, there's a German, French, Italian, amongst other Planets
>>out there) if they'd be interested in adding a link of all the other
>>Planets to their own site, so to let other people know how global
>>Ubuntu's reach has become, maybe even incentive other people who
>>currently do not have a Planet of their own language to start one... 
>>We would add a link to every other Ubuntu Planet out there to our site
>>(http://planeta.ubuntubrasil.org) and everyone would also add a link
>>to our site...
>>
>>Those interested can reply directly to my email or just respond here...
>>    
>>


"so to let other people know how global Ubuntu's reach has become" 
The idea is great, it makes me think of the wikipedia's homepage. But, do you really think making the planets link to each other would let other people know how global ubuntu's reach has become? Maybe. So, why not, if everyone agrees, Ubuntu-fr's planet will be linking to other planets too.

But I think there are far more ways to show that globalisation, To show people that there are lots of locoteams is a good thing; to prove them they're also working together, is better. 

Ubuntu-fr is working with Ubuntu-de for quite some time now, as we first had hosting issues at the same time. But more than hosting, we are both now starting projects in common. I'm  also trying to get more locoteams involved in these projects - you should soon hear about an interview project, an FTP project, and.... more to come, stay tuned ;)

My final goal is to make these projects popular, in order to prove that ubuntu teams from different countries are able to work together (well, and by the way let people know there _are_ other locoteams ;) ).

For one year now, this mailing list is approaching death; what I suggest is, every time that you start a new project, just think about if it could be interesting for other locoteams, too. Expose your projects here, and get other locoteams involved. I'm often gathering ideas on ubuntu-de.org and ubuntu-it.org, i'd just love if locoteams could just tell us about their great ideas :)


Yann Hamon - Ubuntu-fr







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