Ubuntu-tz Digest, Vol 12, Issue 4

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Mon Jan 18 16:38:13 GMT 2010


Ubuntu uhuiru kamiri jina nzuri......................asnate

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> From: denis bahati <djbahati at yahoo.co.uk>
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> Thanks Donald for the Good explanation. It is awesome and I think we should
> hold on it.
> Regards
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>    1. Re:  Hello, Ubuntu guys! See this attachment.
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>    2. Re:  Hello, Ubuntu guys! See this attachment.
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> Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2010 20:01:13 +0300
> From: Frank Rutaihwa Tilugulilwa <tilugulilwa at udsm.ac.tz>
> Subject: Re: Ubuntu-tz Hello, Ubuntu guys! See this attachment.
> To: donald <donaldmteka at yahoo.com>
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> Good stuff Donald!
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> Frank
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> On Fri, 2010-01-15 at 08:45 -0800, donald wrote:
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>> Well, that's what I thought we should do.
>>  I have been tempering with linux with my favourite distro ubuntu.
>> That got me to what I always wanted to be able to do, play with it
>> anyhow I want.
>>  We can't have a better gift to our community than ubuntu fully
>> swahilized!! Not only we should be competent enough to give support
>> when needed, we should get them involved in translating Ubuntu. To get
>> them into the game, we have to deliver it with some swahili sparks and
>> the rest will go by itself. That will make them more curious than
>> ever!
>> What do you think?
>>
>>  You don't have to be a programmer to help with translations (unless u
>> do it my way, unofficial translation!).
>>  Does anyone see anything to keep us back? I don't see anything other
>> than our lack of devotion. Most of us are intimidated by the 'huge'
>> task and we make a mistake of NEVER GETTING STARTED!  STARTING is all
>> we need.
>>
>> I just touched the installer and bootloader(no screenshots included).
>> (with a bootloader, real coding was needed).
>> If we put hands together, we can push it much faster. Remember, you
>> are part of a community, play your part!
>>
>> That is just part of my work, more is included in a remastered version
>> of ubuntu 9.10.
>> Have a big weekend and don't forget to share with us what do you
>> think?
>>
>> =>donaldmteka at yahoo.com
>> =>+255653105004
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>> Now you can @ymail.com and @rocketmail.com.
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> From: "Atanas Cosmas Nkelame" <nkelame at udsm.ac.tz>
> Subject: Re: Ubuntu-tz Hello, Ubuntu guys! See this attachment.
> To: "donald" <donaldmteka at yahoo.com>
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> That  is very good donald,
>
> Sometimes you need to keep working then others will follow
>
> Keep working and promoting Ubuntu at home, in church, in schools,
> govt..everywhere and a time will come when you will not need to tell
> people to use Ubuntu or GNU/Linux in general, it will be just a natural
> choice.I'm a witness.
>
> I have installed Ubuntu for so many users (and all the time for FREE
> because I just want to help) and people just keep coming for Ubuntu. IT IS
> VERY INTERESTING!
>
> Even today (Sat Jan 16, 2010) someone called me and he wants Ubuntu (I had
> helped him sometime last year to recover data from his USB drive).
> Yesterday I installed Ubuntu 9.10 to some one in my church (who is also a
> lecture at the University of Dar es Salaam). The interesting thing is, as
> I was doing it, another UDSM staff, a lady (also a member of our church)
> came to sit with us, and the guy i was helping started talking to the lady
> and telling her how good Ubuntu is.
>
> To me, it just part of my life now!! Normal users are now promoting Ubuntu
> because they know how usefull it is.
>
>
> Seminars, workshops and various forms of gatherings are important but they
> lack of them (for some reasons) should not keep us from doing what we
> believe in doing (MAKING PEOPLE USE FOSS BECAUSE IT IS GOOD FOR THEM)
>
> Keep working.
>
> We can work together and release 'Ubuntu UhuruKamiri' as the swahili
> version of Ubuntu. Just share your ideas about how you have done it and
> let others work with you.
>
> Atanas
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>> Well, that's what I thought we should do.
>> ?I have been tempering
>> with linux with my favourite distro ubuntu. That got me to what I
>> always wanted to be able to do, play with it anyhow I want.
>> ?We
>> can't have a better gift to our community than ubuntu fully
>> swahilized!! Not only we should be competent enough to give support
>> when needed, we should get them involved in translating Ubuntu. To get
>> them into the game, we have to deliver it with some swahili sparks and
>> the rest will go by itself. That will make them more curious than ever!
>>
>> What do you think?
>>
>> ?You don't have to be a programmer to help with translations (unless u do
>> it my way, unofficial translation!).
>> ?Does anyone see anything to keep us back? I don't see anything other than
>> our lack of devotion. Most of us are
>>  intimidated by the 'huge' task and we make a mistake of NEVER GETTING
>> STARTED!? STARTING is all we need.
>>
>> I just touched the installer and bootloader(no screenshots included).
>> (with a bootloader, real coding was needed).
>> If we put hands together, we can push it much faster. Remember, you are
>> part of a community, play your part!
>>
>> That is just part of my work, more is included in a remastered version of
>> ubuntu 9.10.
>> Have a big weekend and don't forget to share with us what do you think?
>>
>> =>donaldmteka at yahoo.com
>> =>+255653105004
>>
>>
>>
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> Do we all agree that, a swahili version of Ubuntu should be called Ubuntu
> Uhuru Kamiri.
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> Can we ask Donald to lead that project of coming up with 'Ubuntu
> UhuruKamiri'
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