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The Oregon Team is an Ubuntu focused Linux Users Group in the great US of A's state of Oregon; all are welcome to participate. Thanks for visiting! We are Ubuntu Oregon, a group of individuals focused on promoting and improving Ubuntu Linux.
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The Oregon team is just getting started. If you are interested in learning more please consider joining our [https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-us-or Team Mailing list] and the [http://pnw.ubuntu-us.org/forum forums]. Our team IRC channel is #Ubuntu-Oregon on the irc.freenode.net servers. We now have a google calendar of upcoming events. [http://www.google.com/calendar/render?cid=p5u7o6a96vtbilg16m786jdke0%40group.calendar.google.com Subscribe to it here] If you're just interested in looking around for now, check out the links above.
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= Goals = If you are interested in joining (we don't bite! :) ), the first thing to do is join our [[https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-us-or|Team Mailing list]] and the [[http://ubuntuforums.org/forumdisplay.php?f=345|forums]]. For more ways to join, see section "How To Join" below.

The team IRC channel is #ubuntu-us-or on the irc.freenode.net servers, and we can almost always be reached there for questions, suggestions, and pleasant conversation.

= Getting together =

We frequently get together for various purposes, whether it be a Global Jam, a Release Party, a Bug Squashing Party, or more improvisational Ubuntu Hours.

There are a few places we can meet in the Portland area:

 * [[http://freegeek.org/|Free Geek]] of course
 * [[http://www.backspace.bz/ | Backspace]] which would be a decent place to meet- followed up by playing some games at [[http://www.groundkontrol.com/ |Ground Kontrol]]
 * [[http://loco.ubuntu.com/events/venues/United_States/750/detail/|Ava Roasteria]] in Beaverton
 
Salem Meeting Spots:
 * [[http://loco.ubuntu.com/events/venues/United_States/639/detail/|Broadway Commons Coffee House]]

Eugene meeting spots:

 * [[http://maps.google.com/maps/place?hl=en&sugexp=ldymls&xhr=t&cp=39&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=Theo's+on+Lincoln+and+8th+eugene+oregon&fb=1&gl=us&hq=Theo's&hnear=Lincoln+St+%26+W+8th+Ave,+Eugene,+OR+97401&cid=9607244462690780507&ei=V8c1TZytKIaasAOPlJStBQ&sa=X&oi=local_result&ct=placepage-link&resnum=1&sqi=2&ved=0CBsQ4gkwAA | Theo's]] on Lincoln and 8th WIFI
 * [[http://maps.google.com/maps/place?hl=en&sugexp=ldymls&xhr=t&cp=20&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=Espresso+Roma+oregon&fb=1&gl=us&hq=Espresso+Roma&hnear=Oregon&cid=10127890449182967957 | Espresso Roma]] on 13th by UO campus. It has a covered outside area also. WIFI
 * Downtown Eugene Library has meeting rooms available- they need to be reserved.
 * [[http://www.codechops.com/|CodeChops]] - where [[http://www.euglug.org|EUGLUG]] generally occurs.
 * 3C Interactive - previously held EUGLUG meetings.
 * Downtown Lane Community College

= Current Goals =
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= What's Happening =
 * Events:
   * [https://wiki.ubuntu.com/OregonTeam/Meetings/CurrentAgenda Next Team Meeting] - 21st of December 2007, 7:30pm PST
= How to Join =
We ask that everyone who would like to be a member of the Oregon Team read the latest version of the [[https://launchpad.net/codeofconduct/1.1/|Code of Conduct]] (CoC), then sign [[https://launchpad.net/codeofconduct/1.1/+sign|sign the agreement]] before joining.
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 * Previous Events:
   * [https://wiki.ubuntu.com/OregonTeam/GutsyReleaseParty Gutsy Release Party] - 20th of October 2007, 11:00am - 3:30pm PST @ Free Geek
We ask that you seal the deal so to speak because the CoC is the foundation of Ubuntu's philosophy. Signing the CoC does means that you will have to [[https://login.launchpad.net/+new_account|register with Launchpad]] and [[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GnuPrivacyGuardHowto|generate and upload a GnuPG key]]. Think of Launchpad as the vehicle used by Ubuntu to consolidate and collaborate on projects.
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 * [http://wiki.ubuntu.com/OregonTeam/TeamProjects Team Projects] If you need help with the steps above, feel free to contact one of us. The IRC channel (#ubuntu-us-or) is a good place to start
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= How to Join =
As we look forward to any contributions you can make, the team has taken a little extra time to gather the information to help you get started. We ask that everyone who would like to be a member of the Oregon Team read the latest version of the [https://launchpad.net/codeofconduct/ Code of Conduct] (CoC) then sign [https://launchpad.net/codeofconduct/1.0.1/+sign sign the agreement] before joining.
Now you need to [[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UserPreferences|Login]] with your Launchpad account.
Fill out your profile with the desired information. Don’t forget to add OregonTeam to the "Subscribed wiki pages" list!
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We ask that you seal the deal so to speak because the CoC is the foundation of Ubuntu development. Signing the CoC does means that you will have to [https://launchpad.net/people/dshufelt/+login register with Launchpad and create an account] and [https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GnuPrivacyGuardHowto generate and upload a GnuPG key]. Think of Launchpad is the vehicle used by Ubuntu to track and collaborate on projects. Most communication goes through our team's mailing list, so sign up at [[https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-us-or]] to stay in the know about local events and get involved in the discussion.
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Please contact a team member if you need additional assistance signing the CoC, the IRC channel (#ubuntu-oregon) is a good place to look.

Now you need to [https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UserPreferences Login to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UserPreferences] using your Launchpad username and password. Fill out the User Preferences with the desired information. Don’t forget to add OregonTeam to the Subscribed wiki pages list then click Save.

Join our team's mailing list by visiting [https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-us-or]

Last but not certainly not least add your name, team position (if any), location and contact information to the members list table below (or [mailto:tiwake@gmail.com email me]).

Feel free to correct any mistakes that may have made in this process. We look forward to hearing about any ideas or problems you might have.
Welcom to Ubuntu Oregon! We look forward to hearing from you.
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Please feel free to email us at ubuntu-us-or@lists.ubuntu.com with any idea's you may have.

= Members =
||||||||Name||Position||Location||Contact Information|| IRC Handle ||
||||||||DanShufelt||Team Speaker||Tigard, OR||dshufelt@gmail.com; [https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DanShufelt WEB/IM/IRC Info]|| dshufelt ||
||||||||WalterNeary||Team Contact||Tillamook, OR||tiwake@gmail.com|| H264 ||
||||||||DaneJensen||Team Player||Portland, OR||[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DaneJensen WEB/IM/IRC Info]|| ||
||||||||Eric Peters||Team Player||Beaverton, OR||eric@linuxsystems.net; [http://www.linuxsystems.net WEB/IM/IRC Info]|| Styles ||
|||||||| Tim Bruce ["Kb0odu"]||Team Player||Aloha, OR|| tim@tbruce.com [http://www.tbruce.com Tim's Website]|| kb0odu ||
||||||||ThomasMashos||Team Player||Salem, OR||thomas@weilandhomes.com|| tgm4883 tgm4883_laptop ||
||||||||MitchContla||Team Player||West Linn, OR|| [[MailTo(mcontla AT SPAMFREE gmail DOT com)]]; [https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MitchContla WEB/IM/IRC Info] || inkogneato ||
||||||||BrianMurray||Team Player||Beaverton, OR|| brian@ubuntu.com || bdmurray ||
||||||||RyanC2||Team Player||West Linn, OR||ryan.catlin@gmail.com|| beirut ||
||||||||["Lord_dicranius"]||Team Player||Aloha, OR||lorddicranius@gmail.com||LordDicranius||
||||||||EricDavis||Team Player||Beaverton, OR||edavis10@gmail.com|| edavis10 ||
||||||||ElectricShoes||Team Player||La Grande, OR||eklesp@gmail.com|| ElectricShoes ||
Please feel free to email us, at ubuntu-us-or@lists.ubuntu.com.

Ubuntu IRC Meetings: 1st & 3rd Thursdays at 6:30pm on #ubuntu-us-or Ubuntu

Welcome!

Thanks for visiting! We are Ubuntu Oregon, a group of individuals focused on promoting and improving Ubuntu Linux.

If you're just interested in looking around for now, check out the links above.

If you are interested in joining (we don't bite! Smile :) ), the first thing to do is join our Team Mailing list and the forums. For more ways to join, see section "How To Join" below.

The team IRC channel is #ubuntu-us-or on the irc.freenode.net servers, and we can almost always be reached there for questions, suggestions, and pleasant conversation.

Getting together

We frequently get together for various purposes, whether it be a Global Jam, a Release Party, a Bug Squashing Party, or more improvisational Ubuntu Hours.

There are a few places we can meet in the Portland area:

Salem Meeting Spots:

Eugene meeting spots:

  • Theo's on Lincoln and 8th WIFI

  • Espresso Roma on 13th by UO campus. It has a covered outside area also. WIFI

  • Downtown Eugene Library has meeting rooms available- they need to be reserved.
  • CodeChops - where EUGLUG generally occurs.

  • 3C Interactive - previously held EUGLUG meetings.
  • Downtown Lane Community College

Current Goals

  • Spread Ubuntu Linux through out the state of Oregon
  • Provide assistance with migrating, installing, configuring and using Ubuntu
  • Promote the Ubuntu Certification
  • Work with other groups such as PLUG and FreeGeek to improve peoples computing experience by increasing awareness as well as improving software and documentation

How to Join

We ask that everyone who would like to be a member of the Oregon Team read the latest version of the Code of Conduct (CoC), then sign sign the agreement before joining.

We ask that you seal the deal so to speak because the CoC is the foundation of Ubuntu's philosophy. Signing the CoC does means that you will have to register with Launchpad and generate and upload a GnuPG key. Think of Launchpad as the vehicle used by Ubuntu to consolidate and collaborate on projects.

If you need help with the steps above, feel free to contact one of us. The IRC channel (#ubuntu-us-or) is a good place to start

Now you need to Login with your Launchpad account. Fill out your profile with the desired information. Don’t forget to add OregonTeam to the "Subscribed wiki pages" list!

Most communication goes through our team's mailing list, so sign up at https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-us-or to stay in the know about local events and get involved in the discussion.

Welcom to Ubuntu Oregon! We look forward to hearing from you.

Suggestions

Please feel free to email us, at ubuntu-us-or@lists.ubuntu.com.

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