The Toronto chapter of the Ubuntu Canada team will meet regularly to discuss initiatives relating to Ubuntu and FOSS.
- To facilitate the promotion of Ubuntu in Toronto
- To allow Ubuntu users to meet and discuss initiatives and projects
- To bring a sense of teamwork and accomplishment to our collective actions
- To provide localized support for new users
Getting involved is simple. If you are enthusiastic and passionate about sharing the joy of Ubuntu, then please, we invite you to join us on IRC or the Ubuntu Canada mailing list and share your ideas with us. We meet bi-weekly, every other Wednesday, at the [http://linuxcaffe.ca linuxcaffe].
Ubuntu Toronto Website: [http://www.ubuntutoronto.org www.ubuntutoronto.org]
Ubuntu Canada Website: [http://www.ubuntu-ca.org www.ubuntu-ca.org]
Ubuntu Toronto Google Group deprecated: please use mailing list below: [http://groups.google.com/group/ubuntu-toronto]
Ubuntu Canada Mailing List: [http://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-ca ubuntu-ca list]
Meeting Spot: [http://www.linuxcaffe.ca/contact linuxcaffe]
Meeting Agenda/Archives: [wiki:/Meetings Meetings]
- Server: irc.freenode.net
- Channel: #ubuntu-ca
We will be hosting a social gathering on Wednesday, December 20th at 6:30pm at linuxcaffe. Our special guest, Tony Yarusso, will be coming in to the city from Peterborough and would like to meet the team. Bring your laptops and your PGP/GPG keys, as we will be having a key signing event that night. See you there!
Our regularly scheduled meeting on December 27th will be cancelled due to the holidays. Happy holidays everyone!
Next Meeting: Wednesday, January 10th, 2007 @ 6:30pm at the [http://linuxcaffe.ca/ linuxcaffe]. Come out and join us!
Agenda and notes from previous meetings can be found [wiki:/Meetings here].
Listed below are various projects that we're working on.
We will be discussing developing and producing Ubuntu promotional and/or documentational videos which will be eventually submitted to [http://www.ubuntuvideo.com/ Ubuntu Video].
[wiki:/UbuntuVideo Toronto Ubuntu Video]