Local community teams - LoCo teams
A major part of the fabric of the community is the local community (LoCo) team structure. LoCo teams work with local Linux User Groups (LUGs), schools, municipalities and even national governments to open people's eyes to the world of free software.
LoCo teams are a great way to gather free software lovers together for beer, open discussion, talks, marketing events, install-fests and to recognise the achievements of local free software contributors. We provide server hosting space for LoCo websites, wikis, mailing lists and other resources. LoCo members visit conferences to speak, hand out CDs, teach, debate and represent both Ubuntu and the free software movement.
The LoCo team action mostly happens on the Ubuntu wiki - see the LoCo teams page for more information.