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= Introduction =
The Washington Ubuntu LoCo exists only to help others use Linux. We provide all software and sevices free of charge. Copies of Ubuntu Linux are distributed at all meetings at no cost. We assist with installation and everyday use. Our group acts as a hub for the Olympia Ubuntu community and more.
== Introduction ==
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You might be interested in sharing what you know about Ubuntu or learning from many other helpful Ubuntu users in Olympia. Simply showing up at one of our meetings makes you a member of the group and we are always willing to help new users. This is the Ubuntu Washington LoCo Team wiki page. We are here to promote and support the use of Ubuntu and FLOSS in the State of Washington.
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= Meetings =  *Have an idea for someone we should give Ubuntu CDs to?
 *Know of an event we should be at?
 *Need help getting Ubuntu installed?
 *Have a problem with something Ubuntu-related?
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Our meetings are always free and held every first Tuesday of the month at the Olympia Free School (http://olympiafreeschool.org/) at 610 Columbia St. SW from 7-9PM and the third Tuesday at Mud Bay Coffee http://www.mudbaycoffeeco.com/ at 1600 Cooper Point Road SW from 7-9PM. Maps are linked from the top of http://olylug.com/. Email our mailing list or post on our forum. We're all volunteers and happy to help out.
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All meetings and software are free! == Resources ==

IRC Channel: #ubuntu-us-wa on irc.freenode.net:6667

IRC Logs: http://ilbot.colliertech.org/ubuntu-us-wa/

Blog Aggregator: http://blog.colliertech.org/planet/ubuntu-us-wa/

Mailing list: https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-us-wa

Launchpad Team: https://launchpad.net/~washingtonstate (needs a name-change to fit standard: ubuntu-washington)

Forum: http://washington.ubuntuforums.org

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ubuntuwa
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Our web discussion forum, at the Olympia Linux Users Group website, is located at http://olylug.com/ and we can be reached at 360-292-7777 most hours of the day. The official contact is Chuck West. He can be contacted at (360) 292-7777 or chuck@olylug.org for additional information.
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Contributions are accepted but not required or suggested. Again all meetings, software, searvice and sometimes even equipment is free of charge. Join up and help out with some of our projects. Many LUGS also accept donations and help. Some currently happening LUGS are:

 * Bellingham Linux Users Group - http://www.blug.org/
 * Bellevue Linux Users Group - http://www.bellevuelinux.org/
 * Greater Seattle Linux Users Group - http://www.gslug.org
 * Kitsap Peninsula Linux Users Group - http://www.kplug.org/
 * Olympia Linux Users Group - http://olylug.org/
 * South Puget Sound Linux Users Group - http://linux-now.us/
 * Spokane Linux Users Group - http://www.spokanelinux.org/
 * Tacoma Linux Users Group - http://www.taclug.org/
 * WSU Linux Users Group - https://lug.wsu.edu/

You can join our team by first signing the Ubuntu [[https://launchpad.net/codeofconduct/|Code of Conduct]] and then joining our [[https://launchpad.net/~washingtonstate|Launchpad Team]]. We ask that you sign the code of conduct because it allows everyone to be on the same page as far as expectations are concerned. Then join our mailing list and/or check out the IRC channel and forum, when it's activated, to get in touch with others.

Thank you for using Ubuntu!
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 * Heling as many people start using Ubuntu as possible.  * Helping as many people start using Ubuntu as possible.
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 * Demostrating superior computing techniques using existing hardware.  * Demonstrating superior computing techniques using existing hardware.
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 * Providing computers and internet access for anyone that requires them; free of charge.  * Distribute Ubuntu CDs throughout Washington.
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 * Building our Ubuntu LoCo Page. See [[WashingtonTeam/Projects]] for more information.
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Introduction

This is the Ubuntu Washington LoCo Team wiki page. We are here to promote and support the use of Ubuntu and FLOSS in the State of Washington.

  • Have an idea for someone we should give Ubuntu CDs to?
  • Know of an event we should be at?
  • Need help getting Ubuntu installed?
  • Have a problem with something Ubuntu-related?

Email our mailing list or post on our forum. We're all volunteers and happy to help out.

Resources

IRC Channel: #ubuntu-us-wa on irc.freenode.net:6667

IRC Logs: http://ilbot.colliertech.org/ubuntu-us-wa/

Blog Aggregator: http://blog.colliertech.org/planet/ubuntu-us-wa/

Mailing list: https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-us-wa

Launchpad Team: https://launchpad.net/~washingtonstate (needs a name-change to fit standard: ubuntu-washington)

Forum: http://washington.ubuntuforums.org

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ubuntuwa

Contact

The official contact is Chuck West. He can be contacted at (360) 292-7777 or chuck@olylug.org for additional information.

How to Contribute

Join up and help out with some of our projects. Many LUGS also accept donations and help. Some currently happening LUGS are:

You can join our team by first signing the Ubuntu Code of Conduct and then joining our Launchpad Team. We ask that you sign the code of conduct because it allows everyone to be on the same page as far as expectations are concerned. Then join our mailing list and/or check out the IRC channel and forum, when it's activated, to get in touch with others.

Thank you for using Ubuntu!

Projects

Our current projects include:

  • Helping as many people start using Ubuntu as possible.
  • Establishing a community hub of Ubuntu activity in Washington state.
  • Demonstrating superior computing techniques using existing hardware.
  • Distribute Ubuntu CDs throughout Washington.

See WashingtonTeam/Projects for more information.


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