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= Introduction = == Introduction ==
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This is the wiki page of the Malaysian Local Community Team. We aim to provide free community support to users of any of the Ubuntu flavours as well as advocating the use of Ubuntu to individuals and organisations alike. We keep in touch via our mailing list and IRC chatroom. Welcome to the wiki page for the '''Ubuntu Malaysia Local Community''' (LoCo) '''Team'''. Started on July 2005, the Malaysian Team has been approved as official LoCo Team since 2009 and we have already grown to over 200 members. We aim to provide free community support to users of any of the Ubuntu flavours as well as advocating the use of Ubuntu to individuals and organizations a like.
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The group is meant for anyone in Malaysia who uses or is interested in any of the Ubuntu flavours, whether it's Ubuntu, Kubuntu or any others. Everyone is welcome to join the group regardless whether you're a Linux newbie or a well-known expert in the field. The LoCo is meant for anyone residing in Malaysia who uses or is interested in Ubuntu. Everyone is welcome to join and contribute to the group regardless if you're a Linux newbie or a well-known expert in the field.
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== Goals ==
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Anyone can contribute to our group. You can always share your ideas or what you plan to contribute by posting on the mailing list and we will do our best to help you with the project.  * To spread the Ubuntu's spirit to everyone in Malaysia
 * Be the central point for all Ubuntu users to discuss, get together and meet up
 * To give the local support, provide supplies and information to Malaysian users
 * To organize events and represent Ubuntu at local conferences in Malaysia
 * To be involved in Ubuntu projects such as packaging, localization and documentation
 * Strengthen the Ubuntu brand in Malaysia in businesses, education and government
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= Resources =
  * Mailing List: https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/Ubuntu-my/
  * IRC: #ubuntu-my channel on Freenode
  * Main Website: Our official website is currently under re-constuction. For now, you can visit http://ubuntu.foss.org.my/
  * Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/~malaysianteam/
== Sub Teams ==
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= Meetings = In order for Ubuntu Malaysia LoCo Team to move forward, we have created different sub teams to handle different tasks in the LoCo. These sub teams are:
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 * [[/Teams/Committee|Committee]]
 * [[/Teams/Marketing|Marketing]]
 * [[/Teams/Translations|Translations]]
 * [[/Teams/WebDevelopment|Web Development]]
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== Next Meeting Details ==
  * Location: #ubuntu-my on Freenode
  * Date: 2007-11-11
  * Time: 2100 Malaysian Time
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== Next Meeting Agenda ==
 
  1. Direction/Leadership and communications issues. Reference:
    * Self:LoCoTeamLeader
    * Self:LeadershipCodeofConduct / http://www.ubuntu.com/community/leadership-conduct
  
  2. Web Hosting issue [http://ubuntu.foss.org.my/] and [http://www.ubuntu-my.org/]. Reference:
      * http://www.ubuntu.com/aboutus/trademarkpolicy
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= Members =


Everyone who is planning to become a member of our local group is encrouraged to register themselves as a member on Launchpad (https://launchpad.net/~malaysianteam) as it will be easier for us to maintain the group membership and activities through it.

You can find the list of our current members at: [https://launchpad.net/~malaysianteam/+members]


= Goals =


    1. To spread the Ubuntu's spirit to all people in Malaysia
    
    2. To give the local support to Malaysian Users
    
    3. To provide the place to Malaysian Users that they can use for discussion
   
    4. To organize events and to represent Ubuntu in local conferences in Malaysia
    
    5. To involve in Ubuntu Project like on packaging, localization and documentation
    
    6. Strengthen Ubuntu brand in Malaysia in business, education and goverment


= Activities =

 2007-11-11 : 2100 - Meeting at #ubuntu-my (To be confirmed)

Find the rest on [wiki:/Activities Activity List].

[wiki:/PreviousActivities Previous Activities].
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Malaysian Team
 » About Us
 » Join Us
 » Collaborations

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Resources
 » Website
 » Forum
 » Wiki (Malay)

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Activities
 » Upcoming
 » Recent
 » Archives

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Extras
 » LoCo Sub Teams
 » Approval Application
 » Toolbox

Introduction

Welcome to the wiki page for the Ubuntu Malaysia Local Community (LoCo) Team. Started on July 2005, the Malaysian Team has been approved as official LoCo Team since 2009 and we have already grown to over 200 members. We aim to provide free community support to users of any of the Ubuntu flavours as well as advocating the use of Ubuntu to individuals and organizations a like.

The LoCo is meant for anyone residing in Malaysia who uses or is interested in Ubuntu. Everyone is welcome to join and contribute to the group regardless if you're a Linux newbie or a well-known expert in the field.

Goals

  • To spread the Ubuntu's spirit to everyone in Malaysia
  • Be the central point for all Ubuntu users to discuss, get together and meet up
  • To give the local support, provide supplies and information to Malaysian users
  • To organize events and represent Ubuntu at local conferences in Malaysia
  • To be involved in Ubuntu projects such as packaging, localization and documentation
  • Strengthen the Ubuntu brand in Malaysia in businesses, education and government

Sub Teams

In order for Ubuntu Malaysia LoCo Team to move forward, we have created different sub teams to handle different tasks in the LoCo. These sub teams are:

Sub Pages



CategoryLoCoTeams

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