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=== Resources ===
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Team Pages:

Main Site:


Contact Information
IRC Channel:

Mailing List:

Have any questions regarding Ubuntu or about the GA team in general? Join us in #ubuntu-georgia on and we will try our best to answer your questions.

You can also contact the team council if you have questions or would like to contribute something to the Team.

Team Council: JohnVonHollen, BoredandBlogging, JonReagan, JeanClaude, JoshuaChase

See People for more info on the leadership of our Loco



This group's purpose is to help promote and support Ubuntu and Open Source Software throughout the State of Georgia.


Atlanta Linux Fest 2008!

The Atlanta Linux Fest 2008 will be Georgia's premier Linux show, with demos and installations available of your favorite distributions!

Read more:


bootloader.pdf debian dual boot.pdf grub.pdf ubuntu dualboot.pdf ubuntu-grub.pdf

New to Ubuntu?

See New User Support.


Launchpad page

Join by adding yourself to the Launchpad page at:

Mailing List

Our mailing list is a great way to get in touch. Use it to communicate any problems, questions, or comments related to Georgia and Ubuntu.

For more information and to sign-up for our mailing list visit:


The #ubuntu-us-ga channel on the Freenode IRC network can be used as needed for online meetings.

To get onto our IRC channel open your IRC client (if you need one you can get XChat out of Add/Remove Applications). Connect to the FreeNode Network (In XChat pull down the "IRC" menu, click "connect" and select "FreeNode"). Then join the ubuntu-georgia channel (in XChat type "/join #ubuntu-us-ga" in the input box) and you are in.


We have our own forum hosted on UbuntuForums at


IRC meetings are held every Sunday 3-4pm ET.

Member Portal

The Member Portal is your one-stop location for all things advocating Ubuntu. At the member portal, you can:

  • Find out more about the Georgia LoCo if you are considering joining

  • Find out how to get involved in the LoCo

  • Learn about different options available for spreading Ubuntu
  • Explore our growing inventory of available Ubuntu promotional material

Visit the Member Portal page!


Visit our Projects page for a list of on going projects. This is where you can find where to help, and suggest things to be done by the LoCo.

Georgia Linux Organizations

Visit Georgia Organizations page for a list of Linux User Groups and other organizations in Georgia.

All Subpages

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