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Here you should provide a summary of your group over a couple of short paragraphs. The Colorado Ubuntu Linux Team is an Ubuntu "[[LoCoTeams|Local Community Team]]" (aka Co``Lo``Co Team) that advocates the use of Open Source software and Ubuntu Linux in the State of WikiPedia:Colorado, US. This is done through CD distribution, team expansion, user-base support, and outreach programs.

The Colorado Local Community Team is '''not''' meant to replace our local LUGs but rather enhance their overall experience by having a dedicated place to discuss, contribute, and gain
support from local Ubuntu users.

While we were not the first Local Community Team in the USA, we were the first to complete the official process and become fully recognized by the Ubuntu [[http://www.ubuntu.com/community/processes/council|Community Council]].

More up-to-date information can be found at our [[http://coloco.ubuntu-rocks.org/|website]].
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 * '''Date''' - (''list the date of application'')
 * '''Team Contact''' - John Doe <john@doh.com>
 * '''Membership''' - 45 as of 1st September 2006
 * '''Mailing List''' - ubuntu-foo on lists.ubuntu.com
 * '''IRC''' - #ubuntu-foo on freenode
 * '''Date''' - 09-11-2010
 * '''Team Contact''' - David Overcash <dovercash [at] ubuntu [d0t] com>
 * '''Membership''' - 255 as of Application Date (Launchpad)
 * '''Mailing List''' - ubuntu-us-co on lists.ubuntu.com
 * '''IRC''' - #ubuntu-us-co on freenode
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Here you should provide a list of things you plan on doing. Include links to where these are discussed online and on mailing lists. We've recently decided to focus on more frequent / smaller events rather than planning large ones less frequently. Our members have expressed an interest in more casual get togethers to swap war-stories with xorg.conf, share new ideas for software, and help each other trouble shoot random linux server and desktop issues.

(you should call your application page <yourteam>ApprovalApplication or place it in your LoCo team's sub-pages)

The Colorado Ubuntu Linux Team is an Ubuntu "Local Community Team" (aka CoLoCo Team) that advocates the use of Open Source software and Ubuntu Linux in the State of Colorado, US. This is done through CD distribution, team expansion, user-base support, and outreach programs.

The Colorado Local Community Team is not meant to replace our local LUGs but rather enhance their overall experience by having a dedicated place to discuss, contribute, and gain support from local Ubuntu users.

While we were not the first Local Community Team in the USA, we were the first to complete the official process and become fully recognized by the Ubuntu Community Council.

More up-to-date information can be found at our website.

Key Details

  • Date - 09-11-2010

  • Team Contact - David Overcash <dovercash [at] ubuntu [d0t] com>

  • Membership - 255 as of Application Date (Launchpad)

  • Mailing List - ubuntu-us-co on lists.ubuntu.com

  • IRC - #ubuntu-us-co on freenode

Roadmap

We've recently decided to focus on more frequent / smaller events rather than planning large ones less frequently. Our members have expressed an interest in more casual get togethers to swap war-stories with xorg.conf, share new ideas for software, and help each other trouble shoot random linux server and desktop issues.

  • Example item - here I am listing an activity on the roadmap.

  • Another item - here is another item on the roadmap.

Experience

List here activities that the group has already done. Again provide links to online discussions, reviews, blog entries etc:

  • Example activity - here I am listing an activity.

  • Another activity - here is another item.


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