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Check with Aaron.
According to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LucidReleaseSchedule, 10.04 will be released April 29th.
The Ubuntu Georgia LoCo and ALE will be holding an Ubuntu 9.10 install fest at ITT-Tech Atlanta.
Saturday, November 21st, 2009, 9am-5pm
1745 Phoenix Blvd # 100...
Looking forward to this road trip!
Where do you live? We can help you better if we know that.
I would suggest February at the earliest. Lots of folks are still on vacation or doing family stuff right after the holidays.
Some of us had actually starting talking about holding an UbuCon last year. Those discussions kind of morphed and turned into Atlanta Linux Fest.
If you are interested in doing something UbuCon,...
The Ubuntu Georgia LoCo: http://ubuntu-georgia.org.
The Ubuntu Georgia LoCo will be holding an Ubuntu 9.04 release party at Manuel's Tavern on Saturday, April 25th from 5-10pm.
Join us as we eat and booze up to celebrate the greatest release...
I definitely understand your frustration, but I would like to suggest keeping things in perspective. Why do people buy name brands when the generic stuff has exactly the same thing? MS just spent...
For Ubuntu Podcast #24: http://ubuntupodcast.net/2009/04/02/ubuntu-podcast-episode-24-mark-shuttleworth/
Matthew updated some examples that should provide some direction in what we are looking for.
So far most of the suggestions have been blogish (nice looking but blogish nonetheless), posts listed...
I would suggest signing up and email both these lists and seeing if anyone has tried it:
Yes to both.
We'll do install fests for Jaunty and Koala. Watch this forum and http://ubuntu-georgia.org for updates.
Planning for Atlanta Linux Fest 2009 is underway. We are currently...
Might want to also hit up the mailing list at https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/Ubuntu-us-ga.
I'd recommend emailing the mailing list and asking for whatever you need.
Some topics discussed on episode #17:
NY Times covers Ubuntu
Ubuntu wins awards from Linux Format Magazine
EXT4 in Ubuntu 9.04
New ARM netbooks with Ubuntu
Interviewing Jorge Castro...
Josh and I have been doing an Ubuntu specific video podcast for the last few months.
You can view it at http://ubuntupodcast.net.
There are quite a few video and audio feeds available.
The Georgia US LoCo recently started a video podcast at http://ubuntupodcast.net. It covers news and happenings from around the Ubuntu community.
Any thoughts or feedback would be welcome.
Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #118 for the week November 16th - November 22nd, 2008. In this issue we cover: Jaunty Jackalope Alpha 1 released, The Ubuntu Hall of Fame, Ubuntu for...
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F2F is meant to be face to face...like meeting in real life somewhere. Occasionally we'll get together at a restaurant and talk Ubuntu.