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|'''Ubuntu Ireland Wallpapers & Logo's'''
[[http://img166.imageshack.us/img166/33/ubuntuiewallpaper001bymwx8.png|Ubuntu Ireland Glow]]
[[http://img134.imageshack.us/img134/4687/ubuntuiewallpaper002bymkk6.png|Irish Ubuntu Community]]
[[http://img138.imageshack.us/img138/9439/ubuntuiewallpaper0031byqr1.png|Ubuntu Ireland Reflection]]
For the Team Mugshot one there is (ie_192_192.png)
There is also a smaller one (ie_64_64.png) which people can use for their Team Logo.
Please check https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-ie for an example of where to put the Team logo.
All artwork is released under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/
Next Ubuntu Ireland Team IRC Meeting: ([Wednesday 13 Nov 13 @ 20:30 Agenda)
Welcome to the Ubuntu Ireland LoCo Team Wiki page. We will give you an idea of how we operate, make decisions, organise and contact information. Check http://www.ubuntu-ie.org from time to time for the latest news.
This group is for anyone in Ireland who is interested in or uses Ubuntu, Ubuntu Netbook Edition, Edubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Gobuntu, Ubuntu Studio, Ubuntu JeOS or any other derivatives that may happen in the future. It is open to all types of people whether you are a novice or an expert. We encourage everyone to help out in any way they can by spreading the word and helping others.
Ubuntu Ireland does not have a 'council' like other LoCo groups do in various countries. We prefer to have an admin team that is responsible for the daily routines/duties such as translations, artwork or creating flyers, website or wiki administration or just simply spreading the word. This can be done by anybody and if you've contributed a lot of your time and shown that you are here to help the Irish community you can become part of the core team.
We hope that people will contribute to such projects as Camara - building up old PC's with Edubuntu and shipping them over to Africa.
- Install parties - helping procure CDs.
- Web Presence - Setting up of a dedicated Website with Forums and How-To info
- To raise awareness through advertising campaigns such as flyers, verbally and through the web.
- To support Irish additions to Ubuntu code
Support and encourage translation into Gaeilge (Irish) : https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-l10n-ie
- Get support from GNU/Linux sites such as Linux.ie
Monthly Team Reports
These Team Reports will give you a monthly overview of what we have been working on.