February 18, 2008

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Guess what day it is today?

It’s the start of the Ubuntu Developer Week! (Digg it.)

So what’s going on later today?

  • 16:00 UTC - Patching Packages (Martin Pitt)
  • 17:00 UTC - Launchpad PPAs (Celso Providelo, Matthew Revell)
  • 18:00 UTC - Packaging 101 (Daniel Holbach)
  • 19:00 UTC - MOTU School - Working With Debian (James Westby)
  • 20:00 UTC - Introduction to the Server Team (Mathias Gug)

It’s an excellent day to get started developing Ubuntu!

You never attended an event like Ubuntu Open Week before? Here’s how it works: join #ubuntu-classroom on irc.freenode.net, make sure you are in the session of your interest on time, ask your question in #ubuntu-classroom-chat prefixed with “QUESTION: <…>"and wait patiently until the host answers your question. Please take all the chatter to #ubuntu-classroom-chat too, as it gets too noisy quickly.

We have a lot of great speakers today and in the rest of the week and I’m happy to let you know that Ausimage already prepared the Ubuntu Developer Week wiki page, so that transcripts of the sessions will be linked from there. Excellent work, Scribes Team!


My 5 today: Bug 192571 (hotkey-setup), Bug 192488 (ubuntu-docs), Bug 192190 (rss-glx), Bug 139064 (gnome-user-docs), Bug 192664 (ming) Do 5 a day - every day! https://wiki.ubuntu.com/5-A-Day

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