Date - (2014-08-13)
Team Contact - Jussi Kekkonen, Tm_T email@example.com
Membership - 10+ Ubuntu members in Finland, ~30 on teams IRC channel, ~15 active members in l10n team, 13k+ forum members, ~1520 Facebook fans
Launchpad Team - https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-fi
Mailing List - ubuntu-fi on lists.ubuntu.com + a couple team-specific
IRC - #ubuntu-fi / #ubuntu-fi-tiimit on freenode
Here you should provide a list of things you plan on doing. Include links to where these are discussed online and on mailing lists.
- Continue developing our websites and other platforms with community, an ongoing process
- Continue on maintaining a broad availability of Ubuntu in libraries and visibility on events within our reach
List here activities that the group has already done. Again provide links to online discussions, reviews, blog entries etc:
Some highlights from our activities.
- Hundreds of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS discs shared to public libraries across the Finland
~93% l10n coverage of 14.04 LTS help pages LP link
- Ubuntu 12.04 Release party held at Uusi tehdas, Tampere Finland
- Hundreds of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS discs shared to public libraries across the Finland
100% l10n coverage of 12.04 LTS help pages LP link
97% l10n coverage of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Translations
We wrote a wikibook 'Ubuntu tutuksi' (Get to know Ubuntu) to make it easy for beginners to start with Ubuntu
Close co-operation with COSS, the Finnish Center for Open Source Solutions, for example our Team Contact is one of the referees in 'Ubuntu Challenge' programming competition
Ubuntu Finland itself was awarded the "Linux-tekijä 2008" main award in 2008 press release, UWN Issue 90. The prize money has been used to print Ubuntu CDs and promotional material for release parties and other events. The award was handed over by the Finnish Minister of Communications.
Constantly distributing Ubuntu CDs to libraries around the country List of libraries where one can find Ubuntu CD
We have created Ubuntu Finnish Remix that has full Finnish language support without Internet connection
Mirv / Jyrinki, our past team contact, has done work for all language groups in general by reporting and/or fixing I18N problems
From 2009 on, we've been running bi-weekly online community meetings