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.
Subscribe to the US-TX mailing list, everyone in the state should use it.
- 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.
Mailing List: firstname.lastname@example.org
IRC Channel: #ubuntu-us-tx on irc.freenode.net
Team Forum: http://texas.ubuntuforums.org/
Launchpad: Texas Team
- Aaron Taddei - Elgin(Austin)
AtilanoSanchez (Webster, Texas)
BelindaLopez - Houston Team Repsentative
Bill Sullivan - Austin
BrandonPerry Dallas Team Member <-- Big thanks to Brandon for being the Texas-Ubuntu.org webmaster!
Brandon Tomlinson - Austin
cashmoney - Amarillo
ChrisCheney - Houston
Daniel Sargeant - Austin
Daniel Stone - Central Texas
DavidDuffey - Austin
DavidMandala - Dallas (Murphy)
Daniel Roesler - Austin
DustinKirkland - Austin
Evan R. Murphy - Dallas
JeffGreer - Crosby
JeffPerry - Austin
JeremyFluhmann - San Angelo
Jesdisciple (Chris) - North Texas
- JJNova - Dallas
MarcRandolph - Dallas
- Mark Guthrie
MarkHicks - Austin
Michael S Costello - Pflugerville
Nathan Conlon Texas West Team Representative
RobbieWilliamson - Austin
ScottLavender - Montgomery
Scott Severance - Northeast Texas
Stephen Gutknecht - Austin
- TigerCR1200 - Lubbock
- Travis Dill - Sherman
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.