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= Projects =
The UKTeam are involved in many long and short term projects which vary in goals from Advocacy to Linux User Groups and Expo attendance.
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inline:UKTeam/Logo/ubuntu_uk_logo_v5_sml.png == Current Projects ==
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== Projects == This is a list of proposed projects/sub-teams for further development, please do feel free to get involved. Best way to get involved is through the mailing list.
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This page is contains the list of long term and completed projects of the UKTeam. if you are interested in helping or can contribute to the next action of a project then please contact the relevant project organiser or the current UKTeam Loco Contact and tell us more. Helping in a project does not require you to be a Ubuntu user or even a member of the Ubuntu Loco team although we dont mind welcoming new members. If you think you have a project that could be added to this list get in touch with the UKTeam via [https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-uk email or [:UKTeam/IRC: IRC chatroom]. ||<#f0f5fa>'''Project'''||<#f0f5fa>'''Brief'''||<#f0f5fa>'''To Do '''||<#f0f5fa>'''Status'''||<#f0f5fa>'''Members'''||
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|| [:UKTeam/VoipMeetings:VOIP Meetings] || Trial having voice meetings of the team || Trial ||<#0cb13e>Active|| DaveWalker ||
|| [:UKTeam/GutsyReleaseParty:Gutsy Release Party] || Areas hosting a party for the latest and greatest Ubuntu || List of areas and people hosting the parties||<#0cb13e>Active|| CiaranMooney ||
|| [:UKTeam/VoiceSupport:Voice Support] || Voice support for Ubuntu users via telephone/VoIP || Project scoping and development see [:UKTeam/VoiceSupport:project page] for details||<#fdfa03>Getting Started|| See [:UKTeam/VoiceSupport:project page] ||
##|| [:UKTeam/Guadec2007: Guadec] || Planning Guadec presence || Gathering ideas, see the [:UKTeam/Guadec2007: planning page] ||<#0cb13e>Active|| See [:UKTeam/Guadec2007: planning page] ||
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|| [:UKTeam/PodcastProposal : Ubuntu-UK Podcast] || Podcast proposal || Gathering ideas, see the [:UKTeam/PodcastProposal: planning page] ||<#fdfa03>Getting Started|| See [:UKTeam/PodcastProposal: planning page] ||
|| [:UKMarketing/Leaflets:Leaflets] || Creating leaflets and handouts to help attract new users || Collect ideas, discuss and post leaflets see [:UKTeam/Leaflets:project page] for details||<#0cb13e>Active|| See [:UKTeam/Leaflets:project page] ||
|| [:UKTeam/LocalMeetings:Local Meetings] || Regional meet-ups || [:UKTeam/LocalMeetings:Organise or join a meeting in your area] ||<#0cb13e>Active|| See each [:UKTeam/LocalMeetings:regional page] ||
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|| [:UKTeam/Marketing:Marketing] || Market Ubuntu in the UK || [:UKTeam/Marketing:Visit project page for details] ||<#0cb13e>Active|| SteveSmith, [:GeemanUK] ||
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|| [:EnglishTranslation:Localisation] || Translate Ubuntu into English (GB) || [:EnglishTranslation:Visit project page for details] ||<#0cb13e>Active|| Listed on the [https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-l10n-en-gb Launchpad page]. ||
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|| Localisation || Translate Ubuntu into non-English UK languages || [https://launchpad.net/rosetta Translate Ubuntu here]. This is particularly important for the use of [http://www.edubuntu.org Edubuntu] in schools in Wales. ||<#0cb13e>Active|| ? ||
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|| [:UKTeam/Education:Education] || Get FOSS used in schools and colleges || [:UKTeam/Education:Visit project page for details] ||<#fdfa03>Getting Started|| SteveSmith, [:Bjwebb] ||
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|| Government certification || Get Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (Dapper) government certified || In order to be used in Public Sector workplaces Ubuntu needs to be certified according to the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Criteria Common Criteria] ( [http://www.cesg.gov.uk/site/iacs/index.cfm?menuSelected=1&displayPage=13 see also]). Certification by one nation (e.g. UK) also carries elsewhere (e.g. France). See [http://www.cesg.gov.uk/site/iacs/index.cfm?menuSelected=1&displayPage=16 Certification Centres] ||<#ed3232>Not active|| Worth doing, but how? ||
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|| [:UKTeam/ubuntu-uk.org:Website] || Ubuntu-UK Website and Ubuntu-UK Planet || [:UKTeam/ubuntu-uk.org:Visit project page for details] ||<#0cb13e>Active|| MichaelWood3 ||
|| [:UKTeam/ubuntu-uk.org:Certification] || Ubuntu-UK Website and Ubuntu-UK Planet || Advocacy and PR for ubuntu certification in UK. Obtain information and resources for Ubuntu certification at local level.[:UKTeam/ubuntu-uk.org:Visit project page for details] ||<#0cb13e>Active|| GeemanUK ||
|| [http://screencasts.ubuntu.com/ Screencasts] || Setup screencasting project || Write easy how-to, create screencasting screencast, get "official" hosting, encourage more people to make them ||<#0cb13e>Active|| AlanPope ||
|| [:UKTeam/LinuxAndOSSResearchAndAdvocacy:Linux and OSS Research and Advocacy] || Links and information to/on research/government guidance on the usage of FLOSS || Research, analyse and discover information to build a compelling case for introduction of Linux/Ubuntu ||<#0cb13e>Active || ChrisRowson ||
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=== Long Term Projects === Completed projects can be found on the [:UKTeam/CompletedProjects Completed Projects] page.


== Suggest ==
Please feel free to get involved and suggest projects on the mailing list.
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=== Completed Projects ===

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Projects

The UKTeam are involved in many long and short term projects which vary in goals from Advocacy to Linux User Groups and Expo attendance.

Current Projects

This is a list of proposed projects/sub-teams for further development, please do feel free to get involved. Best way to get involved is through the mailing list.

Project

Brief

To Do

Status

Members

[:UKTeam/VoipMeetings:VOIP Meetings]

Trial having voice meetings of the team

Trial

Active

DaveWalker

[:UKTeam/GutsyReleaseParty:Gutsy Release Party]

Areas hosting a party for the latest and greatest Ubuntu

List of areas and people hosting the parties

Active

CiaranMooney

[:UKTeam/VoiceSupport:Voice Support]

Voice support for Ubuntu users via telephone/VoIP

Project scoping and development see [:UKTeam/VoiceSupport:project page] for details

Getting Started

See [:UKTeam/VoiceSupport:project page]

[:UKTeam/PodcastProposal : Ubuntu-UK Podcast]

Podcast proposal

Gathering ideas, see the [:UKTeam/PodcastProposal: planning page]

Getting Started

See [:UKTeam/PodcastProposal: planning page]

[:UKMarketing/Leaflets:Leaflets]

Creating leaflets and handouts to help attract new users

Collect ideas, discuss and post leaflets see [:UKTeam/Leaflets:project page] for details

Active

See [:UKTeam/Leaflets:project page]

[:UKTeam/LocalMeetings:Local Meetings]

Regional meet-ups

[:UKTeam/LocalMeetings:Organise or join a meeting in your area]

Active

See each [:UKTeam/LocalMeetings:regional page]

[:UKTeam/Marketing:Marketing]

Market Ubuntu in the UK

[:UKTeam/Marketing:Visit project page for details]

Active

SteveSmith, [:GeemanUK]

[:EnglishTranslation:Localisation]

Translate Ubuntu into English (GB)

[:EnglishTranslation:Visit project page for details]

Active

Listed on the [https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-l10n-en-gb Launchpad page].

Localisation

Translate Ubuntu into non-English UK languages

[https://launchpad.net/rosetta Translate Ubuntu here]. This is particularly important for the use of [http://www.edubuntu.org Edubuntu] in schools in Wales.

Active

?

[:UKTeam/Education:Education]

Get FOSS used in schools and colleges

[:UKTeam/Education:Visit project page for details]

Getting Started

SteveSmith, [:Bjwebb]

Government certification

Get Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (Dapper) government certified

In order to be used in Public Sector workplaces Ubuntu needs to be certified according to the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Criteria Common Criteria] ( [http://www.cesg.gov.uk/site/iacs/index.cfm?menuSelected=1&displayPage=13 see also]). Certification by one nation (e.g. UK) also carries elsewhere (e.g. France). See [http://www.cesg.gov.uk/site/iacs/index.cfm?menuSelected=1&displayPage=16 Certification Centres]

Not active

Worth doing, but how?

[:UKTeam/ubuntu-uk.org:Website]

Ubuntu-UK Website and Ubuntu-UK Planet

[:UKTeam/ubuntu-uk.org:Visit project page for details]

Active

MichaelWood3

[:UKTeam/ubuntu-uk.org:Certification]

Ubuntu-UK Website and Ubuntu-UK Planet

Advocacy and PR for ubuntu certification in UK. Obtain information and resources for Ubuntu certification at local level.[:UKTeam/ubuntu-uk.org:Visit project page for details]

Active

GeemanUK

[http://screencasts.ubuntu.com/ Screencasts]

Setup screencasting project

Write easy how-to, create screencasting screencast, get "official" hosting, encourage more people to make them

Active

AlanPope

[:UKTeam/LinuxAndOSSResearchAndAdvocacy:Linux and OSS Research and Advocacy]

Links and information to/on research/government guidance on the usage of FLOSS

Research, analyse and discover information to build a compelling case for introduction of Linux/Ubuntu

Active

ChrisRowson

Completed projects can be found on the [:UKTeam/CompletedProjects Completed Projects] page.

Suggest

Please feel free to get involved and suggest projects on the mailing list.


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