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= Welcome =
Hello...
= Hello... =
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I'm Matthew Vermeulen. I've been using ubuntu since August 2005. I think Ubuntu is the best Linux distro around, which is why I am currently a member of the AustralianTeam, trying to do what I can for Ubuntu. :) I've been a member since March 2006.
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= About Me = I'm Bone Pyae Sone from Myanmar (previously called Burma). I've been using Ubuntu since August 2011. For me,Ubuntu is one of the best Linux distro around. I am currently a core member of the MyanmarTeam and trying to do what I can for Ubuntu Local Community. :) I've been a member at the beginning of 2011.
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== How I Found Ubuntu == == About Me ==
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=== Linux ===
I was introduced to Linux by Knoppix around the beginning of 2004. At the time, I had hardly heard of Linux, and I was hoping that Knoppix (3.3) would run faster on my old, old P1 133 :) First time I tried to boot it I thought something was wrong, because it would get to starting X and no further. Eventually I got it to boot the whole way by selecting Fluxbox WM. One night I left it overnight to boot, and found a nice KDE desktop in the morning. I timed it a few weeks later and realised that it was not freezing, it was just taking 2.5 hours to boot :D.
I'm a freelance. Working as programmer,blogger, writer, editor and mainly as a developer. Currently, working on Ubuntu Myanmar wiki .Currently,living @ my lovely hometown,Yangon and Preparing for my life adventure. Learning,Reading and Observing is my hobby. I love music as well. What I'm doing now is learning and analyzing for economic with my lovely sweetheart. Contribute in Ubuntu Community and still running to catch up with the Linux.
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I installed Knoppix to my hard drive in the hope that it would run faster there. It did, only taking about 15 minutes to boot instead. A few months later I found a computer magazine with Mandrake Linux 9.0 on it, and gave that a try. Over the next 1.5 years I tried a number of distros, all on my old Pentium 1. These included, Red Hat 7.2, Mandrake 9.0 and later 9.2, Lycoris Desktop/LX and SUSE 9.2. All of these were what I could pick up from computer magazines... == Ubuntu ==
I was introduced to Ubuntu by Kyaw Zay Thu, one of the Ubuntu Myanmar LoCo team's core member and I amazed it's desktop's effect. I started to learn and use Ubuntu on July 2011 and loving it's performances. So,I started to join Ko Ko Ye, Team leader of Ubuntu Myanmar LoCo Team and contribute as much as I can. This's the short detail of how and why I join MyanmarTeam. Another reason for me to participate in this community is that Ubuntu is open-source which is the freedom of IT field. I started contribute with translating and writing wiki. Currently I am participating in Ubuntu Myanmar LoCo Team's (currently unapprove team)Planning,Translating and Manual teams.
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=== Ubuntu ===
Then, one day in May 2005 I was bored, browsing the web, when I came across Shipit on the Ubuntu website. I thought it was too good to be true, and so I didn't bother with it. However, my curiosity got the better of me and I placed an order and promptly forgot about it. Just over a month later, my CDs arrived! I put the live cd in my computer, restarted, watched stacks of text scroll past, and then X failed to start :(. I gave up on my computer (now a PIII 800 Mhz with Win XP and SUSE 9.2) and tried the family Celeron 2.4. I loved the look, but decided I would just have to live with Windows XP and the occasional play in SUSE. However, a few weeks later, I spent a whole morning getting X to work on the live cd. I then installed Ubuntu 5.04 on the hard drive, and over the next few weeks moved entirely from Windows to Ubuntu.
=== What I've done ===
 * Currently I am a core member of Ubuntu Myanmar LoCo Team.
 * I've done a lot of work on the [[http://www.wiki.u4mm.com|Myanmar LoCo Team wiki]].
 * I spend a lot of time in '''#ubuntu-mm''', providing support to users (and asking a few of my own questions :) )
 * I'm doing translating in the [[https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/oneiric/+lang/my]].
 * Participating at [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-manual |Ubuntu Manual Team]], [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-screencasts | Ubuntu Screencasts Team ]] and [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-doc | Ubuntu Documentation Project Team]].
 * I also start contribution at [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-audio | Ubuntu Audio Team]], [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-kernel-team | Ubuntu Kernel Team]] and [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-kernel-usb | Ubuntu Kernel USB Team]].
 * I also a top contributor in the [[https://launchpad.net/loco-directory | LoCo Team Portal]].
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That's pretty much it. I installed Breezy once the preview release came out (got broadband between Hoary and Breezy) and stayed with Breezy until February '06, at which point I switched to Dapper, and I'm now running edgy. === Future Goals!!! ===
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== What I've done ==
 * Currently I am a member of ubuntu-au
 * I've done a lot of work on the AustralianTeam wiki, now working as the ''official'' ;) AustralianTeam wiki maintainer.
 * I spend a lot of time in '''#ubuntu''' and '''#ubuntu-au''', providing support to users (and asking a few of my own questions :) )
 * I'm doing work in the [https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-l10n-en-au ubuntu-I10n-en-au translation team]
 * In the hope of obtaining a unified commonwealth english translation, I'm also working in the [https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-l10n-en-gb ubuntu-I10n-en-gb translation team]. (See also EnglishTranslation)
 * I'm working on a few howtos for the community documentation, eg https://help.ubuntu.com/community/F-SpotHowto
 * To support and expand Ubuntu Community in my country,Myanmar.
 * Our LoCo team to be approved by Ubuntu LoCo Council.
 * Participate in Ubuntu global events with Myanmar LoCo Team.
 * To achieve membership at Ubuntu Community.
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||E-mail||[[MailTo(MattVermeulen@gmail.com)]]||
||Launchpad||https://launchpad.net/people/mattvermeulen||
||IRC||Matthewv or Wikiman on irc.freenode.net||
||Homepage||http://www.matthewv.id.au/||
||E-mail||<<MailTo(bone.burma@gmail.com)>>||
||Launchpad||https://launchpad.net/~bonepyaesone||
||IRC||bonepyaesone at #ubuntu-mm on webchat.freenode.net||
||identi.ca|| http://identi.ca/bonepyaesone||

Hello...

I'm Bone Pyae Sone from Myanmar (previously called Burma). I've been using Ubuntu since August 2011. For me,Ubuntu is one of the best Linux distro around. I am currently a core member of the MyanmarTeam and trying to do what I can for Ubuntu Local Community. Smile :) I've been a member at the beginning of 2011.

About Me

I'm a freelance. Working as programmer,blogger, writer, editor and mainly as a developer. Currently, working on Ubuntu Myanmar wiki .Currently,living @ my lovely hometown,Yangon and Preparing for my life adventure. Learning,Reading and Observing is my hobby. I love music as well. What I'm doing now is learning and analyzing for economic with my lovely sweetheart. Contribute in Ubuntu Community and still running to catch up with the Linux.

Ubuntu

I was introduced to Ubuntu by Kyaw Zay Thu, one of the Ubuntu Myanmar LoCo team's core member and I amazed it's desktop's effect. I started to learn and use Ubuntu on July 2011 and loving it's performances. So,I started to join Ko Ko Ye, Team leader of Ubuntu Myanmar LoCo Team and contribute as much as I can. This's the short detail of how and why I join MyanmarTeam. Another reason for me to participate in this community is that Ubuntu is open-source which is the freedom of IT field. I started contribute with translating and writing wiki. Currently I am participating in Ubuntu Myanmar LoCo Team's (currently unapprove team)Planning,Translating and Manual teams.

What I've done

Future Goals!!!

  • To support and expand Ubuntu Community in my country,Myanmar.
  • Our LoCo team to be approved by Ubuntu LoCo Council.

  • Participate in Ubuntu global events with Myanmar LoCo Team.

  • To achieve membership at Ubuntu Community.

Contact Details

E-mail

<bone.burma@gmail.com>

Launchpad

https://launchpad.net/~bonepyaesone

IRC

bonepyaesone at #ubuntu-mm on webchat.freenode.net

identi.ca

http://identi.ca/bonepyaesone


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