[CALUG] [OMG] Ubuntu Maryland Group Leader Change
ruth.folkfan at gmail.com
Fri Mar 8 13:57:13 EST 2013
Ron, Thanks for leading the MD Loco team.
I have Ubuntu running on 3 computers in my house now. I am far from an
expert. Just curious. I don't have a lot of time to support the group.
However I really value meeting where I may be able to find someone who
knows more than I do. .
And I am for spreading the word - more people need to know about the Ubuntu
I am interested in learning more about how to dual boot with Windows 8. I
lucked out in being able to keep my dual boot Win7/Ubuntu machine as dual
boot when I upgraded it to Win 8. But if I get a Win8 laptop eventually I
would like to be able to dual boot it with Ubuntu.
I am interested in the development of Chrome for tablets. Know How on
TWIT.TV just had a show about installing Ubuntu Touch a Nexus 7 - nothing
for the average person like me to do now. But I look forward to the
development of Ubuntu Touch. http://twit.tv/show/know-how/33
On Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 11:50 AM, Kevin Gregg <kevingregg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for stepping up to lead the MD Loco team. I am Ubuntu user of
> about 2 years now. I have installed 12.10 on many computers and even got a
> few Windows-only friends to start to think about Ubuntu. I don't write
> code or do anything like that on Ubuntu. I would attend face to face
> meetings, an install-fest, or meet with DC Loco team. IMO, the biggest
> question we might try to answer is "why should anyone care about Ubuntu (or
> any other Linux flavor) when they already have a Microsoft OS?"
> I am VERY interested in seeing Ubuntu run on devices that are NOT
> desktop/laptop computers.... like tablets, phones, wrist watches, car
> dashboards, etc.
> Columbia MD
> On Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 11:16 AM, Ron Swift <rswift at swiftstaffing.com>wrote:
>> I have taken over as Group leader of the Ubuntu Maryland Loco Team. Chuck
>> Fran has done an excellent job getting the team established and providing
>> leadership. We owe him a debt of gratitude for his contributions.
>> There has been a good deal of apathy in this group over the past year or
>> so. It may in part be due to Ubuntu becoming so easy to install and use
>> that meeting on a regular basis is no longer viewed as necessary. There is
>> also an abundance of information online to assist you when you encounter
>> problems with Ubuntu.
>> So this begs the question, do we need a Ubuntu-Maryland Group and if so
>> what direction should this group take. I need the groups input on what, if
>> anything, we want to accomplish, such as:
>> 1. Do we want to become an approved Ubuntu Loco team.
>> 2. Monthly meetings at a location or virtually
>> 3. New version release parties.
>> 4. Install fest
>> 5. Student chapter
>> 6. Periodic meetings with the Ubuntu-DC Loco team
>> 7. Ubuntu Desktop and server sub-groups
>> 8. BugJam, documentation review and new release testing participation.
>> 9. Community promotion activities.
>> 10. Do you want to assist in running the group
>> 11. Should we allow the group to lapse.
>> Here is a link to a FAQ regarding Loco Teams, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/**
>> LoCoFAQ <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoFAQ>
>> Please share your thoughts with me individually or to the group.
>> Ron Swift
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