Ubuntu User Days — This Weekend!

This weekend from Saturday 13:30 UTC through Sunday 03:00 UTC the Classroom team will be hosting Ubuntu User Days!

User Days was created to be a set of chat-based classes offered during a one day period to teach the beginning or intermediate Ubuntu user the basics to get them started with Ubuntu. User Days sessions include:

  • find equivalent programs in Ubuntu
  • learn how to get help
  • learn the basics of how to use the command line in Ubuntu
  • learn how to get involved in the community

So join us by coming to #ubuntu-classroom on irc.freenode.net (#ubuntu-classroom-chat for questions) this weekend!

Our full schedule is as follows:

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Time (UTC) Subject Presenter
13:30 Introduction to User Days pleia2nigelb
14:00 Launchpad and How to Use Restricted Drivers ashickur-noor
15:00 Introduction to Ubuntu holstein
16:00 Firewall Basics the_hydra
17:00 I have an idea to improve Ubuntu – what should I do? Cheesehead
18:00 Unity Lenses davidcalle
19:00 Installing Software stlsaint
20:00 Accessibility in Unity AlanBell
21:00 Finding Help in Ubuntu bkerensa
22:00 Customizing Unity philipballew and jrgifford
23:00 Introduction to Firefox JoseeAntonioR

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Time (UTC) Subject Presenter
00:00 Ubuntu Equivalents sagaci
01:00 How to Get Involved with the Community benonsoftware
02:00 Commandline Basics tonyyarusso

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