This week the Ubuntu Classroom welcomes Łukasz Raszkiewicz (Lerhond) (also attended by Marek Bardoński (bdfhjk)) who will be doing the third class about usage of algorithms in programming.
Notes which will be used for this class are available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Okbul4AIzQTR4CVGLcx-dmIXkdToNvLiJkIZurxNB8Q/edit
We’ll be hosting our next Ubuntu User Days on Saturday June the 23rd, 14:30 UTC – Sunday the 24th 2012, 3:00 UTC.
“User Days was created to be a set of courses offered during a one day period to teach the beginning or intermediate Ubuntu user the basics to get them started with Ubuntu”
In order for this event to be a success, we need instructors to lead sessions.
To volunteer to lead a session, you can contact a member of the Ubuntu User Days Team by sending an email to myself (lyz at ubuntu.com), the ubuntu-classroom at lists.ubuntu.com mailing list or by contacting us on IRC by stopping by #ubuntu-classroom-backstage on irc.freenode.net.
If you are unsure of a topic for your session, you can visit the Course Suggestions page:
If you are unsure about expectations for class instructors, please ask! You may also visit the logs from past Ubuntu User Days:
Please be sure to pass this announcement along to any of your friends who might be interested in leading a session.
On Friday, May 4th, we hosted our third (and final!) day of Ubuntu Open Week sessions where we had the following sessions (click topic for link to full sessions logs):
- How to use Ask Ubuntu by jrgifford amithkk and jokerdino
- How to contribute translating Ubuntu by dpm
- Ubuntu 12.04 LTS for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Users by jbicha
- Ubuntu Women Project by pleia2
Big thanks to all our organizers, instructors and participants for a great week!
On Thursday, May 3rd, we hosted our second day of Ubuntu Open Week sessions where we had the following sessions (click topic for link to full sessions logs):
- Submitting your apps to the Ubuntu Software Centre by dpm
- Ubuntu Development – how it all works by dholbach
- Ubuntu Development – fixing bugs by dholbach
- Starting, Maintaining & Expanding Ubuntu Hours by iheartubuntu
- Ubuntu Brainstorm – great ideas to improve Ubuntu by cheesehead
Ubuntu Open Week continues Friday, May 4th, at 13:00 UTC with: How to use Ask Ubuntu, How to contribute translating Ubuntu, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Users and Ubuntu Women Project.
On Tuesday, May 1st, the Ubuntu Classroom hosted our bi-annual “Ask Mark” session.
Logs are available here.
A few articles have popped up covering the session, including:
- What’s Coming Next for Ubuntu Linux? by Katherine Noyes, PCWorld
- Mark Shuttleworth on Ubuntu 12.10 Plans, Netflix & What He Thinks of Windows 8 by Joey Sneddon, OMG! Ubuntu!
- Mark Shuttleworth: Ubuntu’s Bug #1 Is Fixed by Swapnil Bhartiya, Muktware
On Wednesday, May 2nd, we kicked off Ubuntu Open Week where we had the following sessions (click topic for link to full sessions logs):
- Configuring your network using NetworkManager by cyphermox
- Scaling wordpress with juju, the OMG!Ubuntu! story by marcoceppi and imbrandon
- Gaming on Ubuntu by iheartubuntu
- How to help with IRC issues when you’re not an operator by topyli
Ubuntu Open Week continues Thursday, May 3rd, at 13:00 UTC with: Submitting your apps to the Ubuntu Software Centre, Ubuntu Development – how it all works, Ubuntu Development – fixing bugs, Starting, Maintaining & Expanding Ubuntu Hours and Ubuntu Brainstorm – great ideas to improve Ubuntu
In just seven years, Ubuntu has become one of the most popular Linux distributions in the world with millions of users and a thriving community. Ever wondered what all the fuss is about? How have we achieved such a great feat in such a short space of time? Here’s where you can find out. Ubuntu Open Week is a week of IRC tuition and Q+A sessions all about getting involved in the rock-and-roll world that is the Ubuntu community. We organise this week for the beginning of a new release cycle to help new contributors get involved.
Ubuntu Open Week takes place in #ubuntu-classroom on irc.freenode.net (#ubuntu-classroom-chat for questions).
This cycle we’ve condensed it to 3 days, from May 2nd through 4th and have a special “Ask Mark” session on May 1st at 21:00 UTC.
During the “Ask Mark” session, community members are invited to ask Mark Shuttleworth (sabdfl) questions about the Ubuntu project. You will ask your questions in #ubuntu-classroom-chat with the prefix QUESTION: and DJones will be selecting specific questions to pass along to Mark in the main #ubuntu-classroom channel.
Then, from May 2-4 from 13:00 through 18:00 UTC, we will be hosting several sessions including:
- Scaling wordpress with juju, the OMG!Ubuntu! story
- Gaming on Ubuntu
- Submitting your apps to the Ubuntu Software Centre
- Ubuntu Development – how it all works
- Starting, Maintaining & Expanding Ubuntu Hours
- How to contribute translating Ubuntu
- Ubuntu 12.04 LTS for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Users
And much more! To check out the full schedule and learn more about the event, visit the Ubuntu Open Week page on the Ubuntu wiki: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOpenWeek
We hope to see you there! But if not, as always, logs will be available after each session.