ReApprovalApplication2012

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Here you should provide a summary of your group over a couple of short paragraphs. Ubuntu-za (aka Ubuntu South Africa) has been an approved Loco since July 2005. We work with the local LUGs to support the Ubuntu community. There are some factors that make activity in the South African communities unique. We are distributed over large areas and our bandwidth is expensive. It is important for us to spread Ubuntu in the form of install CDs and repositories to people so they can avoid downloading.

To this end we have Global Jams and Release parties and we take part in Software Freedom days.
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 * '''Date''' - (''list the date of application'')
 * '''Team Contact''' - John Doe <john@doh.com>
 * '''Membership''' - 45 as of 1st September 2006
 * '''Mailing List''' - ubuntu-foo on lists.ubuntu.com
 * '''IRC''' - #ubuntu-foo on freenode
 * '''Date''' - ''August 2010''
 * '''Team Contact''' - David Rubin <drubin@ubuntu.com>
 * '''Membership''' - 171 direct members as of 24 July 2010 see [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-za|~ubuntu-za]]
 * '''Mailing List''' - ubuntu-za on lists.ubuntu.com - 324 subscribed as of 24 July 2010
 * '''IRC''' - #ubuntu-za on freenode - 36 active participants as of July 2010
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List here activities that the group has already done. Again provide links to online discussions, reviews, blog entries etc:
=== Online Activities ===
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=== IRL Activities ===


Ubuntu-za (aka Ubuntu South Africa) has been an approved Loco since July 2005. We work with the local LUGs to support the Ubuntu community. There are some factors that make activity in the South African communities unique. We are distributed over large areas and our bandwidth is expensive. It is important for us to spread Ubuntu in the form of install CDs and repositories to people so they can avoid downloading.

To this end we have Global Jams and Release parties and we take part in Software Freedom days.

Key Details

  • Date - August 2010

  • Team Contact - David Rubin <drubin@ubuntu.com>

  • Membership - 171 direct members as of 24 July 2010 see ~ubuntu-za

  • Mailing List - ubuntu-za on lists.ubuntu.com - 324 subscribed as of 24 July 2010

  • IRC - #ubuntu-za on freenode - 36 active participants as of July 2010

Roadmap

Here you should provide a list of things you plan on doing. Include links to where these are discussed online and on mailing lists.

  • Example item - here I am listing an activity on the roadmap.

  • Another item - here is another item on the roadmap.

Experience

Online Activities

  • Example activity - here I am listing an activity.

  • Another activity - here is another item.

IRL Activities


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