Ubuntu Brasil is the team of the Ubuntu Brazilian Community. Currently we have 541 members on our team, working in translations, development, documentation, support, and promotion.
Users on Launchpad: http://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-br -- 541 members
Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/~brazilianteam (Team of Ubuntu Members from Brazil)
Google Plus http://plus.google.com/106199678554369286906
Mailing Lists: ubuntu-br on lists.ubuntu.com
IRC Channel: #ubuntu-br on Freenode
- Increase even more each team, bringing new people to help and spreading the Ubuntu philosophy
Website - update the content of the site.
Wiki - recently Canonical sysadmins have restored our admin access to wiki. For now we are deleting spam and outdated pages and planning to create and update pages to help Brazilian users.
Conferences - continue attending conferences as well promoting Ubuntu around the country.
Hangouts - continue promoting Ubuntu for enthusiasts on biweekly hangouts via Google Plus ( http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHzf2AP5kl-DHAGoB9N3zUpiAi2Ox83Gk ).
Ubuntu Brazil Users Map - it is a project to develop a map of Ubuntu Brazilian users ( https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-br-users-map ). The idea is to provide an easy way to locate people living at the same city than you and using Ubuntu as operating system.
Ubuntu Brasil has started about eight years ago with the creation of the Planeta Ubuntu Brasil and Wiki. Since then we have increase in size and quality with each user that Ubuntu wins in Brazil, and we like to think we had something to do with this increase.
Ubuntu Brazilian Community Structure
We have 27 subteams called "Times Regionais", one per Brazilian State, that provide support and promote Ubuntu in your location. We also have 7 subteams called "Sub-times do Ubuntu Brasil":
- Translation Team
- Documentation Team
- IRC Team
- Development Team
- Artwork Team
- Planeta Ubuntu Brasil Team.
Each one of these subteams has one or two leaders to coordinate the team work, schedule meetings and provide support for new collaborators.
Our Community Council ( https://launchpad.net/~conselhobrasil ) is formed by three Ubuntu members, and is responsible to coordinate all the work of the Ubuntu Brazilian Community.
Currently our website have about 3,800 unique visitors per day ( http://www.ubuntu-br.org ).
Ubuntu-BR-SC website - the subteam of Santa Catarina State users has launched the team website http://www.ubuntubrsc.com
Ubuntu-BR-SP website - the subteam of São Paulo State users has launched the team website http://www.ubuntubrsp.com
Ubuntu Global Jam
Ubuntu Global Jam 2012 - we had an audience of about sixty users on IRC. Some presentations about Ubuntu, Packaging, Translations, Support, Bug Squad, and Documentation.
Ubuntu Global Jam 2013 - we had an audience of about five hundred users on YouTube and about one hundred on #ubuntu-br IRC channel. Some presentations about Ubuntu, IRC, Translations, Ubuntu Touch development, Documentation ( http://tiagohillebrandt.eti.br/blog/ubuntu-global-jam-brazil-2013.html ).
Presence at Conferences
Latinoware 2011 - a Latin American conference about Free Software. We had about six presentations about Ubuntu, Ubuntu Brazilian Community, Translations, and other topics. We also had an Ubuntu booth.
SoLiSC 2011 - a regional conference at Santa Catarina State ( https://plus.google.com/photos/103172290858656490894/albums/5666750140004990657 ).
Seminário de Ciência e Tecnologia da UDESC - a regional conference at Santa Catarina State.
I Workshop de Lançamento do Ubuntu 12.04 - a regional conference at Maranhão State ( http://labmacambira.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/sucesso-no-i-worshop-de-lancamento-do-ubuntu-12-04-2/ ).
FISL 13 - the biggest Free Software conference at Latin America. In 2012, we had a presentation about Ubuntu as well an Ubuntu booth, where we had the presence of a lot of users (in pt_BR: http://www.ubuntubrsc.com/grupo-de-usuarios-do-ubuntu-br-marcou-presenca-no-fisl-13.html ).
Latinoware 2012 - a Latin American conference about Free Software. Absolutely the best participation of Ubuntu Brasil on a conference. We had the presence of nine Ubuntu members from Brazil and one from Uruguay (Pablo Rubianes). On this conference we had about six presentations about Ubuntu, Ubuntu Brazilian Community, Ubuntu Gaming, Packaging, Ubuntu Server, and other topics. We also had an Ubuntu booth, helping a lot of users to install and configure Ubuntu on their devices ( https://plus.google.com/events/gallery/ctdqfrg5olb0818dl2thtt7t3es ).
TcheLinux Porto Alegre 2012 - a regional conference at Rio Grande do Sul State.
FLISOL - FLISOL is a Latin American free software install fest -- it occurs simultaneously in various cities around Latin America. In 2013, Ubuntu Brasil was present in more than 14 cities, and with Canonical support we were able to provide Ubuntu 12.04 Cds in all these locations.
Ubuntu Day São Paulo 2013 - a regional conference at São Paulo State. During this day we had a lot of presentations talking about Ubuntu for more than 200 users. Canonical and other companies have sponsored this conference ( video of Jono Bacon broadcasted during the start of the conference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QCNKxOqENM ).
FISL 14 - the biggest Free Software conference at Latin America. In 2013, we had a presentation about Ubuntu, Ubuntu Touch as well an Ubuntu booth, where we had the presence of a lot of users.
VI CONSEGI - it was a conference promoted by Brazilian Government. We had a presentation about Ubuntu on it.
And a lot of other conferences