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Regional subteams: = Getting Started in Texas =
 *Look for a region
  *Texas is big state. Okay, Texas is a REALLY big state. So obviously this hampers our ability to organize as a state on a regular basis. So what we have decided to do is organize into "regional teams". A regional Team is really just code for "People within driving distance to each other".
  *Here are the current Regional Teams (activity may vary!, see: "Don't panic")
   *AmarilloTeam
   *AustinTeam
   *DallasTeam
   *LaredoTeam
   *HoustonTeam
   *SanAntonioTeam
   *TexasWestTeam
  *If none of those teams fit your location, you may want to try and organize your own regional group.
 *Communicate
  *Subscribe to the US-TX mailing list, everyone in the state uses it(/should be using).
  *Pop into IRC you're regional team may have it's own channel, it may not; Either way #ubuntu-us-tx is a good place for you to start.
 *Don't panic
  *TexasTeam isn't very well established, though we've existed a long while. Give people time and be patient. If you are motivated enough, don't be afraid to start your own regional groups and do your own thing.
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 {*} AmarilloTeam

 {*} AustinTeam

 {*} DallasTeam (DFW and Surrounding)

 {*} LaredoTeam

 {*} HoustonTeam

 {*} SanAntonioTeam

 {*} TexasWestTeam

Welcome to the Ubuntu Texas LoCo wiki. A Work In Progress

Getting Started in Texas

  • Look for a region
    • Texas is big state. Okay, Texas is a REALLY big state. So obviously this hampers our ability to organize as a state on a regular basis. So what we have decided to do is organize into "regional teams". A regional Team is really just code for "People within driving distance to each other".
    • Here are the current Regional Teams (activity may vary!, see: "Don't panic")
    • If none of those teams fit your location, you may want to try and organize your own regional group.
  • Communicate
    • Subscribe to the US-TX mailing list, everyone in the state uses it(/should be using).
    • Pop into IRC you're regional team may have it's own channel, it may not; Either way #ubuntu-us-tx is a good place for you to start.
  • Don't panic
    • TexasTeam isn't very well established, though we've existed a long while. Give people time and be patient. If you are motivated enough, don't be afraid to start your own regional groups and do your own thing.

Contact Info


Members List

texas-ubuntu.org

The owner of texas-ubuntu.org has said he'd transfer the domain to someone who wants to maintain a site there, but it's too early for that and I think going with removing all mentions of the site (except to say perhaps that Loye Young owns it and it's registered for future reference) is the way to go.


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TexasTeam (last edited 2009-12-13 06:21:22 by druke)