''Ubuntu pro omnibus, omnes pro Ubuntu!''
Switzerland has, although a small country, no less than 4 official languages with a wealth of dialects and variations. For most Swiss Ubuntu-users, support and information in their own (main) language is provided by the French, German and Italian speaking communities. (Any takers for a Romansh initiative?)
The Swiss team would like, however, to enhance communication between Swiss Ubuntu users/contributors, and arrange local meetings and provide local support.
Please see the Meetings page for more information.
Mailing list, IRC channel and Forum
Please join our mailing list where we coordinate efforts and spread information among us. Note that this is not a list for normal technical support questions - unless it involves, for instance, Swiss keyboards or location
Also, an IRC channel has been created on Freenode, feel free to join the #ubuntu-ch channel for chats and discussions on our Ubuntu activities. Detailed instructions on how to join the IRC channel with Pidgin, Ubuntu's default chat client, can be found on our IRC page
Anyone interested to give support (either free or for a fee), hand out CD, organise a meeting and more can enter his contact details in the list below, sorted by postal code. Don't forget to include a valid link or e-mail address so that people can actually contact you! And please join the mailing list!
The Contacts list has been moved here: Regional Contacts List
FrOSCamp 2010 in Zurich
For more information please see the preparation page here: /2010-FrOSCamp
Fêtons Linux in Geneva
For more information please see the preparation page here: /2010-FetonsLinux
Maverick Release Parties
For more information please see the preparation page here: /ReleasePartiesMaverick
Ubuntu SwissRemix DVD
There is information and some help in the document /UbuntuSwissRemix
Note: people reported occasional problems with firefox after upgrade from 9.10 to 10.04. This is being verified, removing the icedtea plugin seems to be a workaround.
Note: Before you still have 9.04 DVD and want to upgrade to 9.10, ensure you have the system fully updated on 9.04 before. The latest ubuntu-desktop-swiss package inhibits deactivation of the swiss ppa by the update-manager.
We have set up an /Ideas page which is intended for your brain dump and discussion regarding future SwissTeam activities.