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= Ubuntu Developer Week Rules = = Ubuntu Developer Week =
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Please observe these rules when in a tutorial session:
 * Try to get to the session on time.
 * Do NOT speak while the host is doing the tutorial part of the session. Talking happens in #ubuntu-classroom-chat
(The latest '''Ubuntu Open Week''' page can be found at UbuntuOpenWeek.)
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== Asking Questions == Welcome to the Ubuntu Developer Week! We will have one week of action-packed sessions from Aug 31^st^ 2009 to Sep 4^th^ 2009!
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When the Q+A part of the session opens, please do the following to ask a question:
 * Log into #ubuntu-classroom-chat
 * Ask your question and prefix it with '''QUESTION:''' (e.g. QUESTION: How do I do foo?)
 * Wait patiently for your answer in #ubuntu-classroom
In just four years, Ubuntu has become the most popular Linux distribution in the world with millions of users and a spot regularly at the top of Distrowatch. Ever wondered how Ubuntu development works? How to get involved yourself? Find out from '''Aug 31^st^ 2009 to Sep 4^th^ 2009'''!
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If you have any problems or questions about the Ubuntu Open Week, ask in `#ubuntu-classroom-chat`. ## '''[[http://digg.com/linux_unix/3rd_Ubuntu_Developer_Week_announced|Digg It!]]'''
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Thanks for abiding by these rules - this will help us keep the sessions on track and as productive as possible. :) Ubuntu Developer Week is a series of online workshops where you can:
 * learn about different packaging techniques
 * find out more about different development teams
 * check out the efforts of the world-wide Development Community
 * participate in open Q&A sessions with Ubuntu developers
 * much more...

== The timetable ==
If you're unsure about UTC times: just run `date -u` in a terminal to find out what the current UTC time is.

|| || '''Mon 31^st^ Aug''' || '''Tue 1^st^ Sep''' || '''Wed 2^nd^ Sep''' || '''Thu 3^rd^ Sep''' || '''Fri 4^th^ Sep''' ||
|| '''16.00 UTC''' || '''Getting Started with UbuntuDevelopment''' -- `dholbach` || '''Fixing small bugs in Ubuntu''' -- `dholbach` || '''Getting started with Launchpad development''' -- `gmb` || '''Let Mago do your Desktop testing for you''' -- `ara` || '''Translations for developers''' -- `danilo`, `dpm`, `pitti`||
|| '''17.00 UTC''' || '''Getting Started with UbuntuDevelopment''' -- `dholbach` || '''Kernel Triaging and Debugging''' -- `ogasawara` || '''Developing websites with Django''' -- `lukasz` and `stuartm` || '''Paper cutting 101''' -- `djsiegel`, `ted`, `seb128` || '''GTD for hackers''' -- liw ||
|| '''18.00 UTC''' || '''$quickly fun''' -- `rickspencer3` and `didrocks` || '''How to update a package''' -- `didrocks` || '''Hooking your app into your desktop CouchDB''' - `aquarius` || '''Learning from mistakes - REVU reviewing best practices''' -- `mok0` || '''Fixing an Ubuntu bug using Bazaar''' -- `james_w` ||
|| '''19.00 UTC''' || '''Packaging Perl Modules''' -- `jawnsy` and `Debian pkg-perl team members` || '''Using the LP API for fun and profit''' -- `leonardr` || '''Writing secure software''' -- `kees` || '''Being productive with bzr and LP code hosting''' - rockstar || '''Packaging from scratch''' -- `Laney` ||
|| '''20.00 UTC''' || '''Fun with Python Plasmoids''' -- `agateau` and `Riddell` || '''Writing Apport Package Hooks''' -- `bdmurray` || '''Bug lifecycle, Best practices, Workflow, Tags, Upstream, Big picture''' -- `jcastro` and `pedro_` || '''Effectively testing for regressions''' -- `sbeattie` || '''Hacking Soyuz to get your builds done''' -- `noodles775`, `cprov` and `wgrant` ||

=== Translations ===
Unfortunately all communication in Ubuntu development is in English. The good thing is that with a little knowledge of the language and a few helpful friends in your LoCo you should usually get around very quickly.

To make it easier for new developers who feel their English is not good enough yet to participate, we will have LoCo members in a variety of channels who can translate your questions for you and pass them on to the hosts of the session. Just make sure you join the channel below and watch out for the people listed behind the channel name. They'll help you with your question.

 * Catalan: [[http://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=ubuntu-classroom-chat-ca|#ubuntu-classroom-chat-ca]], `RainCT`, ...
 * Finnish: [[http://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=ubuntu-fi-devel|#ubuntu-fi-devel]], `Mirv`, ...
 * German: [[http://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=ubuntu-classroom-chat-de|#ubuntu-classroom-chat-de]], `dholbach`, ...
 * ...


##=== iCal Format ===
##http://www.google.com/calendar/ical/o2gjt4m8ie5gkem3dipnpdj4n0%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics
##
##The Developer Week schedule has also been added to the [[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Fridge/Calendar|Ubuntu Fridge Calendar]], which ##is available [[http://fridge.ubuntu.com/calendar|online]] and in [[http://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/j5q85mmi6ujvjtii5s1n3li5io%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic|XML]], [[http://www.google.com/calendar/ical/j5q85mmi6ujvjtii5s1n3li5io%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics|iCal]], and [[http://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=j5q85mmi6ujvjtii5s1n3li5io%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/New_York|HTML]] formats.

Ubuntu Developer Week

(The latest Ubuntu Open Week page can be found at UbuntuOpenWeek.)

Welcome to the Ubuntu Developer Week! We will have one week of action-packed sessions from Aug 31st 2009 to Sep 4th 2009!

In just four years, Ubuntu has become the most popular Linux distribution in the world with millions of users and a spot regularly at the top of Distrowatch. Ever wondered how Ubuntu development works? How to get involved yourself? Find out from Aug 31st 2009 to Sep 4th 2009!

Ubuntu Developer Week is a series of online workshops where you can:

  • learn about different packaging techniques
  • find out more about different development teams
  • check out the efforts of the world-wide Development Community
  • participate in open Q&A sessions with Ubuntu developers

  • much more...

The timetable

If you're unsure about UTC times: just run date -u in a terminal to find out what the current UTC time is.

Mon 31st Aug

Tue 1st Sep

Wed 2nd Sep

Thu 3rd Sep

Fri 4th Sep

16.00 UTC

Getting Started with UbuntuDevelopment -- dholbach

Fixing small bugs in Ubuntu -- dholbach

Getting started with Launchpad development -- gmb

Let Mago do your Desktop testing for you -- ara

Translations for developers -- danilo, dpm, pitti

17.00 UTC

Getting Started with UbuntuDevelopment -- dholbach

Kernel Triaging and Debugging -- ogasawara

Developing websites with Django -- lukasz and stuartm

Paper cutting 101 -- djsiegel, ted, seb128

GTD for hackers -- liw

18.00 UTC

$quickly fun -- rickspencer3 and didrocks

How to update a package -- didrocks

Hooking your app into your desktop CouchDB - aquarius

Learning from mistakes - REVU reviewing best practices -- mok0

Fixing an Ubuntu bug using Bazaar -- james_w

19.00 UTC

Packaging Perl Modules -- jawnsy and Debian pkg-perl team members

Using the LP API for fun and profit -- leonardr

Writing secure software -- kees

Being productive with bzr and LP code hosting - rockstar

Packaging from scratch -- Laney

20.00 UTC

Fun with Python Plasmoids -- agateau and Riddell

Writing Apport Package Hooks -- bdmurray

Bug lifecycle, Best practices, Workflow, Tags, Upstream, Big picture -- jcastro and pedro_

Effectively testing for regressions -- sbeattie

Hacking Soyuz to get your builds done -- noodles775, cprov and wgrant

Translations

Unfortunately all communication in Ubuntu development is in English. The good thing is that with a little knowledge of the language and a few helpful friends in your LoCo you should usually get around very quickly.

To make it easier for new developers who feel their English is not good enough yet to participate, we will have LoCo members in a variety of channels who can translate your questions for you and pass them on to the hosts of the session. Just make sure you join the channel below and watch out for the people listed behind the channel name. They'll help you with your question.

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