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== Roadmap ==
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 * '''OBJECTIVE''': Develop a one day online IRC based classroom geared towards new Ubuntu users.
 * '''SUCCESS CRITERIA''': Provide a quality set of courses for users in the Ubuntu Community
 * '''ACTIONS''':
  * Determine a name, when to have the courses, and what courses/how-to's/tutorials are needed '''''DONE'''''
  * Meet with the Ubuntu Beginners Team to present to them the idea and request assistance in putting together courses for users. '''''DONE'''''
  * Secure people to create and teach the courses '''''DONE'''''
  * Create a wiki page for the User Days Project '''''DONE'''''
  * Advertise the day to the public '''''IN PROGRESS'''''
 * '''BLUEPRINT''': <link>
 * '''DRIVER''':
  * [[https://launchpad.net/~chrisjohnston|Chris Johnston]]
  * [[https://edge.launchpad.net/~lyz|Elizabeth Krumbach]]
  * [[https://edge.launchpad.net/~pendulum|Penelope Stowe]]
  * [[https://launchpad.net/~cox.jmark|Mark Cox]]
  * [[https://launchpad.net/~NigelBabu|Nigel Babu]]
Here you can find information on the planning of Ubuntu User Days by the [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-user-days|User Days Team]].
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 * Wiki page forming at [[UserDays]] '''The next Ubuntu User Days will be held Saturday January 25th 2013, 14:30 UTC - Sunday January 26th 2014, 03:00 UTC'''
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=== Course suggestions ===
 * Switching to Ubuntu
    * from Windows
    * from OS X
    * from BSD
    * another distro
 * Command Line Basics
    * navigating the file system from the command line (key concept: where am I)
    * using tar (tape archive) with gzip/bzip (key concept: input file(s) output file)
    * aliases, setting an alias, adding an alias to ~/.bashrc (key concept: saving keystrokes)
 * Ubuntu Equivalent programs (OO == MS Office, etc)
 * Using Ubuntu One
 * Launchpad
    * Why have a Launchpad account
    * Creating a Launchpad account
    * Using your Launchpad account for OpenID
    * Asking questions on Launchpad
    * Reporting bugs on Launchpad
    * How to become an Ubuntero
 * How to get help
    * Asking questions on Launchpad
    * Reporting bugs on Launchpad
 * How to 'use' restricted drivers
    * From the repositories
    * From the vendor
 * Using F-Spot
 * Whats new in Lucid
 * How to Get Involved with the Community (this section isn't really appropriate for User Days as our focus is using Ubuntu, not contributing)
    * LoCo Teams
    * Forums
    * BugSquad
    * Translations
    * Developing
    * Joining teams on Launchpad
 * Seahorse and GnuPG
    * Creating a key pair
    * Use with Launchpad/Code of Conduct
    * Use with Evolution/Email
    * Signed packages in the repositories and PPAs

=== Things to do ===
 * Recruit instructors
 * Flesh out schedule on UserDays page

=== Possible instructors ===

'''Please join the [[https://edge.launchpad.net/~user-days-instructors|User Days Instructors]] group on Launchpad when signing up.'''

|| '''Instructor''' || '''Preferred Topics''' || '''Timeslots available on Saturday Jan 23rd''' ||



'''NOTE: Please do not edit the schedule. If there is a problem, please contact [[http://wiki.ubuntu.com/ChristopherJohnston|Chris Johnston]]'''

''' Date & Time TBD '''

|| '''Time''' || '''Subject''' ''(and logs)'' || '''Presenter''' ||
|| || ''Intro'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Switching to Ubuntu & Installation'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Command Line Basics Part 1'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Command Line Basics Part 2'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Finding Helpful Resources'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Using IRC'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Restricted Drivers'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Using Launchpad'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Seahorse and GnuPG'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Choosing hardware that works with Ubuntu'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Partitioning 101'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Ubuntu Equivalent programs'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Getting involved in the Ubuntu Community'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Trusted Software, Where to find it, and why'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Package Management Basics'' || '''' ||
|| || ''Using Ubuntu One'' || '''' ||

See UserDays if you're interested in volunteering to run a session or information about how to attend.
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==== Lucid Ubuntu User Day ====

 * [[/Meetings/04272010|27 April 2010]], [[http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?month=4&day=27&year=2010&hour=23&min=0&sec=0&p1=0|2300 UTC]]
==== Karmic Ubuntu User Day ====

Here you can find information on the planning of Ubuntu User Days by the User Days Team.

The next Ubuntu User Days will be held Saturday January 25th 2013, 14:30 UTC - Sunday January 26th 2014, 03:00 UTC

See UserDays if you're interested in volunteering to run a session or information about how to attend.

Meetings

Lucid Ubuntu User Day

Karmic Ubuntu User Day

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