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Ubuntu Global Jam Packs are back!

The next Ubuntu Global Jam is coming up next month, the weekend of August 7th through the 9th. Last cycle we introduced the Ubuntu Global Jam Packs, and they were such a big hit that we’re bringing them back this … Continue reading

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Ubuntu LoCo Team Global Jam Packs

For a long time now Canonical has provided Ubuntu LoCo Teams with material to use in the promotion of Ubuntu. This has come in the form of CDs and DVDs for Ubuntu releases, as well as conference packs for booths … Continue reading

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Will you have Ubuntu Touch at your Jam?

Global Jam This weekend, March 1st – March 3rd, the Ubuntu Community is holding our twice-annual Global Jam. So far this cycle we have announced and released the Ubuntu Touch shell for phones and tablets, and what better place to … Continue reading

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How the Ubuntu Florida team Jams

The Ubuntu Florida LoCo Team is my home team, and this cycle I will once again be meeting up with Chris Johnston to participate in the Ubuntu Global Jam.  Since Chris is the one organizing this event again, I asked … Continue reading

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How Ubuntu Oregon Runs Jams

As part of an ongoing series of blogs about LoCo Team Jams, I spoke with Benjamin Kerensa (bkerensa), the team contact for Ubuntu Oregon about their Global Jam activities.   Tell me about yourself and how you are involved in Ubuntu … Continue reading

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Contributing to Unity for non-developers: Quicklists

So you want to contribute to Ubuntu’s Unity desktop, but you’re not a software developer?  No problem, there are still plenty of things you can do.  And not just in terms of documentation and translations either, there are ways to … Continue reading

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Singlet, part 0.2

I’ve finally had a little extra time to get back to working on Singlet.  There’s been a lot of progress since the first iteration.  To start with, Singlet had to be upgraded to work with the new Lens API introduced … Continue reading

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Quick UDS-P Wrapup

It’s late, I’m tired, so this is going to be brief.  But if I didn’t put something up now, chances are I’d procrastinate to the point where it didn’t matter anymore, so something is better than nothing. JuJu So the … Continue reading

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Ubuntu’s Contributions

I’m not going to try and re-fight the old battles about who contributes and who doesn’t, or who contributes more or should contribute more.  I just wanted to show one area where I think Ubuntu is a top contributor: putting … Continue reading

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LoCo Directory 0.3.1

A new version of the Ubuntu LoCo Teams Directory was released this morning. It now includes interactive Google maps showing the locations of upcoming events (major props to Ronnie for this!).  Make sure that your team’s venues have longitude and … Continue reading

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