LoCo Knowledge Base
This page lists the documentation and help that is part of the LoCo project. This should provide a fairly complete list of the documentation we have available.
General information and details about the LoCo project.
LoCo Teams List - the list of approved and new teams.
LoCoTeamContacts - how to contact the project leaders.
Joining a Team
Details about joining teams.
Running a Team
Help and resources for running a team.
LoCoGettingApproved - how to get your team approved.
LoCoExampleApplication - an example approval application.
LoCoGettingCds - how to get free Ubuntu CDs.
LoCoResolvingProblems - details on resolving problems and conflict in your team.
LoCoWorkingWithOtherGroups - how to best work with other local groups such as Linux User Groups.
LoCoTeamLeader - thoughts on being an effective leader.
LoCoTeamDealingWithMoney - best practices for dealing with money
LoCoTeamSpeakers - a list of those who are available to speak at conferences about Ubuntu.
LoCoWorkingWithOtherGroups - how to further promote Ubuntu while helping your area LUGs
LoCo Resources and Facilities
Guides and documentation about setting up the various resources and facilities your LoCo team may want to use.
LoCoCreatingWebsite - how to create a website, a map of your area in which users can add themselves, a planet blog aggregator, and details about free hosting options.
LoCoCreatingForum - how do you set up a forum for your team?
LoCoDocsDay - how to get involved in our regular documentation days.
LoCoBot - details about using our IRC bots for logging and other facilities.
LoCoTeamDocsToDo - Things for us to complete
Guides about different types of work your team can do.
LoCoActivism - How-to guide for digital freedom activism
UbuntuAtConferences - how to get a "conference pack" from Canonical
LoCoRunningInstallfests - a guide to running a local Installfest event.
LoCoRunningReleaseParty - a guide to running a Release Party event.
LoCoRunningAppDevSchool - a guide to running an App Dev School event.
LoCoTeamEducation - how to advocate Ubuntu / Kubuntu / Edubuntu to educational users and organisations.
LoCoComputerFairHowto - organising a computer fair booth
loco-contacts - the main mailing list for the project is loco-contacts. You can join it by visiting https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/loco-contacts
Team Mailing Lists - see https://lists.ubuntu.com for details of the team mailing lists.
#ubuntu-locoteams - the main IRC channel for the LoCo project.