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This is the wiki page of the Pakistan Local Community Team. We provide free community support to users of the various flavours of Ubuntu Linux as well as advocating the use of Ubuntu to individuals and organisations alike throughout Pakistan. We are available 24/7 online on Facebook at: [[http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27138955736]]. Members are free to Ubuntu Meet-ups around Pakistan as well as keeping in touch via our active mailing list. This is the wiki page of the Pakistan Local Community Team and is updated frequently to reflect our work. Ubuntu Pakistan provides free community support to users of all flavours of Ubuntu Linux as well as advocates the use of Ubuntu to individuals and organisations alike throughout Pakistan. The Ubuntu Pakistan community is available 24/7 online on Facebook at: [[http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27138955736]]. Members are free to organize Ubuntu Meet-ups for Ubuntu users in their regions around Pakistan as well as keeping in touch via our active mailing list. Don't forget to update the Facebook page about any events you are holding around Ubuntu.
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This group is for anyone in Pakistan who uses or is interested in some flavour of Ubuntu, whether it's Ubuntu, Kubuntu or any others. This group is for people of all technical abilities from I've-never-heard-of-linux all the way to I'm-an-Ubuntu-Master. This group is for anyone in Pakistan who uses or is interested any flavour of Ubuntu, whether it's Ubuntu, Kubuntu or any other. This group is for people of all technical abilities from I've-never-heard-of-linux all the way to I'm-an-Ubuntu-Guru.
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There is no official process to join, just sign up to our [[http://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-pk|Mailing List]] or come and chat in our Internet Relay Chat (IRC) chatroom (#ubuntu-pk on irc.freenode.net). You can also add yourself to the list of current members in [[https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-pk|launchpad]]. There is no official process to join, just join our Ubuntu Pakistan Team Facebook Group at [[http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27138955736]] or sign up to our [[http://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-pk|Mailing List]] or you can request to chat in our Internet Relay Chat (IRC) chatroom (#ubuntu-pk on irc.freenode.net). You can also add yourself to the list of current members in [[https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-pk|launchpad]].
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 * Pakistan Team at [[https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-pk|Launchpad]] created by Fouad Riaz Bajwa.
 * 7000 People recieved Free Ubuntu CDs and made aware about Ubuntu Linux.
 * 4800 Ubuntu Linux Users from 506 companies and oraganizations trained and certified free of charge.
 * Pakistan Team at [[https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-pk|Launchpad]] created by Fouad Riaz Bajwa in early 2005.
 * Half a million Pakistani citizens have received Free Ubuntu CDs and made aware about Ubuntu Linux.
 * 4800 Ubuntu Linux Users from 506 companies and organizations trained and certified free of charge.
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Ask a question on the [[http://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-pk|mailing list]] or in the chatroom if you need help with anything. You can also ask on the [[http://www.ubuntuforums.org|Ubuntu Forums]] although it's not Pakistan specific. We are also in the process of setting up a blog page on http://www.ubuntu-pk.org where you can ask a question and you will also be able to browse through previous questions and answers. If you need help with anything, you can ask a Pakistan environment specific Ubuntu Linux question on the Ubuntu Pakistan Facebook Group Wall at [[http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27138955736]] or simply post to the Ubuntu Pakistan mailing list [[http://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-pk|mailing list]]. You can also ask on the [[http://www.ubuntuforums.org|Ubuntu Forums]] although it's not Pakistan specific.
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We will actively organise face-to-face meetings so members of the team or those interested in being part of the team can meet and exchange their knowledge, ideas and thoughts on the team/future direction etc.

Our next meeting is planned to be held during November 2006.
Ubuntu Pakistan Team Volunteers actively organise face-to-face meetings so members of the team or those interested in being part of the team in their regions can meet and exchange their knowledge, ideas and thoughts on the team/future direction etc. Meetings are organized in offices, colleges, universities or exhibitions as deemed necessary by Ubuntu Pakistan Team volunteers and members.
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||<#f0f5fa>'''Ubuntu Linux Meetup'''||<#f0f5fa>Meet-ups in Lahore. ||<#f0f5fa>Arranging Venue and finalizing invitations.||<#0cb13e>Active||<#f0f5fa>[[#FouadRiazBajwa|Fouad Riaz Bajwa]] || ||<#f0f5fa>'''Ubuntu Linux Meetups'''||<#f0f5fa>Meet-ups in Lahore. ||<#f0f5fa>Being organized by members across Pakistan upon availability.||<#0cb13e>Active||<#f0f5fa>[[#FouadRiazBajwa|Fouad Riaz Bajwa]] ||
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||<#f0f5fa>'''Ubuntu Linux in Telecenters'''||<#f0f5fa>A World Bank and Government of Pakistan project programme to introduce Telecenters into Pakistan ||<#f0f5fa>Completed a 47 Page Research Document on FOSS and Ubuntu with Spreadsheets for TCO Calculation. Have forwarded details on this to Canonical Ltd./Ubuntu key team||<#0cb13e>Active||<#f0f5fa>[[#FouadRiazBajwa|Fouad Riaz Bajwa]] || ||<#f0f5fa>'''Ubuntu Linux in Schools'''||<#f0f5fa>Convincing local governments to introduce Ubuntu Linux throughout provincial schools in Pakistan ||<#f0f5fa>Progress has been made and details have been shared with Canonical Ltd./Ubuntu key team||<#0cb13e>Active||<#f0f5fa>[[#FouadRiazBajwa|Fouad Riaz Bajwa]] ||
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||<#f0f5fa>'''Ubuntu-Linux Nationwide Mass Awareness Campaign'''||<#f0f5fa>Second Nationwide Free and Open Source Software Awareness Campaign ||<#f0f5fa>Haven't done working on this as yet.||<#ed3232>Not active||<#f0f5fa>None appointed yet || ||<#f0f5fa>'''Ubuntu-Linux Nationwide Mass Awareness Campaign'''||<#f0f5fa>For the Government of the Punjab and other provincial organizations. Free and Open Source Software Awareness Campaign under planning ||<#f0f5fa>Work is underway.||<#ed3232>Not active||<#f0f5fa>Ubuntu Pakistan Team Punjab Volunteers ||
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== Ubuntu Pakistani Team Official Website, Forum and Wikis == == Ubuntu Pakistani Team Official Online Discussion Forum and Community ==
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[[http://www.ubuntu-pk.org|Visit Us Now!]] [[http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27138955736|Visit Us Now!]]
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'''Ubuntu Pakistan Team Facebook Group''' [[http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27138955736]]
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'''Internet Relay Chat (IRC):''' #ubuntu-pk on irc.freenode.net '''Internet Relay Chat (IRC):''' #ubuntu-pk on irc.freenode.net (On prior request only)

Welcome

This is the wiki page of the Pakistan Local Community Team and is updated frequently to reflect our work. Ubuntu Pakistan provides free community support to users of all flavours of Ubuntu Linux as well as advocates the use of Ubuntu to individuals and organisations alike throughout Pakistan. The Ubuntu Pakistan community is available 24/7 online on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27138955736. Members are free to organize Ubuntu Meet-ups for Ubuntu users in their regions around Pakistan as well as keeping in touch via our active mailing list. Don't forget to update the Facebook page about any events you are holding around Ubuntu.

Who is this group for?

This group is for anyone in Pakistan who uses or is interested any flavour of Ubuntu, whether it's Ubuntu, Kubuntu or any other. This group is for people of all technical abilities from I've-never-heard-of-linux all the way to I'm-an-Ubuntu-Guru.

How do I join?

There is no official process to join, just join our Ubuntu Pakistan Team Facebook Group at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27138955736 or sign up to our Mailing List or you can request to chat in our Internet Relay Chat (IRC) chatroom (#ubuntu-pk on irc.freenode.net). You can also add yourself to the list of current members in launchpad.

If you are interested in contributing to Ubuntu-Linux Development activities, you can do so through Translating Ubuntu into Urdu language and you can sign up at [ubuntu-l10n-urd@lists.ubuntu.com l10n Urdu Translation Mailing List] and add yourself to the current members list at launchpad.

News

  • Pakistan Team at Launchpad created by Fouad Riaz Bajwa in early 2005.

  • Half a million Pakistani citizens have received Free Ubuntu CDs and made aware about Ubuntu Linux.
  • 4800 Ubuntu Linux Users from 506 companies and organizations trained and certified free of charge.
  • l10n Urdu Translation Team Launchpad created by Noumaan Yaqoob, Team Lead l10n Urdu Translation Team and Project.

  • Ubuntu-Linux hits mainstream media, Cover Stories by Ubuntu-Pk members in SPIDER Magazine.

  • My Ubuntu experience, by Noumaan Yaqoob: A computer user explains his reasons for switching from the near-ubiquitous Windows operating system to a user-friendly version of Linux called Ubuntu. Read the Story

  • Tune your brains, by Fouad Riaz Bajwa: Open source software has gradually made its way across the shores to Pakistan. It is not only major organisations but alsointerested individuals that can benefit massively from its arrival. Read the Story

Support

If you need help with anything, you can ask a Pakistan environment specific Ubuntu Linux question on the Ubuntu Pakistan Facebook Group Wall at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27138955736 or simply post to the Ubuntu Pakistan mailing list mailing list. You can also ask on the Ubuntu Forums although it's not Pakistan specific.

Free Ubuntu-Linux CDs

Order Free Ubuntu, Edubuntu and Kubuntu CDs from ShipIt.

Meetings

Ubuntu Pakistan Team Volunteers actively organise face-to-face meetings so members of the team or those interested in being part of the team in their regions can meet and exchange their knowledge, ideas and thoughts on the team/future direction etc. Meetings are organized in offices, colleges, universities or exhibitions as deemed necessary by Ubuntu Pakistan Team volunteers and members.

Projects

This is a list of proposed projects/sub-teams for further development, listed in alphabetical order. Please add your name to the list as a member if you would like to get involved.

Project

Brief

To Do

Status

Members

Ubuntu Localization into Urdu Language

Ubuntu Urdu Translators work with the translation of Ubuntu Dapper into Urdu.

Visit our Wiki page for more information, or join our mailing list to communicate with other team members. Ubuntu Urdu Translators Wiki

Active

Noumaan Yaqoob Team Lead l10n Urdu Translation Team is leading the project with the following members

Ubuntu Help Documentation Localization into Urdu Language

Translation of Ubuntu Dapper Help Documentation into Urdu.

Working on Desktop and Server Documents.

Active

Waqas Toor Team Lead Documentation Localization Team

Ubuntu Linux Meetups

Meet-ups in Lahore.

Being organized by members across Pakistan upon availability.

Active

Fouad Riaz Bajwa

Ubuntu Linux in Schools

Convincing local governments to introduce Ubuntu Linux throughout provincial schools in Pakistan

Progress has been made and details have been shared with Canonical Ltd./Ubuntu key team

Active

Fouad Riaz Bajwa

Seminar at COMSATS Lahore

Planning a seminar with the COMSATS Administration to introduce various FOSS Models and Ubuntu-Linux for November 2006

Have recieved approval, waiting for Ramadan to complete.

Getting Started

Fouad Riaz Bajwa

Ubuntu-Linux Nationwide Mass Awareness Campaign

For the Government of the Punjab and other provincial organizations. Free and Open Source Software Awareness Campaign under planning

Work is underway.

Not active

Ubuntu Pakistan Team Punjab Volunteers

If you have an idea for a project, please add it here or talk to other Pakistan Team people about it!

Guidelines for Project Illustration

Status Indicators

Help Wanted

WIP

Deferred

Awaiting Review

In Reviewing

Finished

All tasks/projects have been started as status Help Wanted. Please update this if you're one of the people currently doing it.

  • Help Wanted - default state. Please update ASAP with current status.

  • WIP - Work In Progress. Development of the document is currently taking place.

  • Deferred - Document is postponed or cancelled for this release.

  • Awaiting Review - Document is up for review by the DocumentationTeam.

  • In Review - Document is undergoing review by the DocumentationTeam before release.

  • Finished - Document has been reviewed and approved for release.

Pakistani Team Members

  • Fouad Riaz Bajwa Team Lead Ubuntu Pakistan Team

  • Noumaan Yaqoob Team Lead l10n Urdu Translation Team

  • Waqas Toor Team Lead Documentation Localization Team

  • Fawad Halim (فواد حلیم)
  • hqureshi
  • Imran Malik
  • NaseerHaider

  • Rana Mansoor Akbar Khan
  • Saadat Saeed
  • Usman_skt
  • waqastoor
  • wisesabre
  • سدهو صاحب
  • aamer
  • abdulmueid
  • Adnan Khan
  • Alex Gretlein
  • Basim
  • Hameed محمد حمید
  • hasan
  • Iftikhar Raja
  • irtaza
  • Jawwad Alam
  • JojoMan

  • Kamran
  • Kashif Soofi
  • Luqman Munawar لقمان منور
  • Muhammad Abbas Khan Baloch
  • Muhammad Nadeem
  • pakurdu
  • Professor
  • Saadat Saeed
  • Saqlain Abbas
  • shak
  • sherry
  • skali
  • True_Friend
  • umerfarooq
  • Usman_skt
  • uXuf
  • waqas
  • wisesabre
  • آدم صفی اللھ
  • سدهو صاحب
  • سید محمد سعد
  • عبدالجلیل ملک

You may also view Pakistan Team Members at:

Ubuntu Pakistan at Launchpad l10n Urdu Translation Team at Launchpad

Future Plans

Availability of Ubuntu in Urdu Language.

Localization of Ubuntu into further (nearly 70) Regional Languages. Priority is Urdu and then Sindhi, Punjabi, Pushto, Baluchi.

Promote the use of Ubuntu-Linux by home users and offices to combat software piracy.

Promote the use of Ubuntu-Linux by Government of Pakistan and member educational and research centers of the Higher Education Commission.

Promote the use of Ubuntu-Linux in Telecenters in Pakistan.

Continue Meet-ups

Pakistan Team Members should chat on IRC Freenode at #Ubuntu-pk chat room. The team should continue to organize community events through out the country to spread the spirit of Ubuntu.

Ubuntu Pakistani Team Official Online Discussion Forum and Community

Visit Us Now!

Contact

Ubuntu Pakistan Team Facebook Group http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27138955736 Mailing list: ubuntu-pk
Internet Relay Chat (IRC): #ubuntu-pk on irc.freenode.net (On prior request only)


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