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Ubuntu Love Day

Jeff Waugh has announced Ubuntu Love day (which is a day of presentations and workshop with Ubuntu key persons and developers) in Montreal.
Good morning freedom lovers!

Our upcoming developer summit will be keenly focused on our plans for Ubuntu
6.04 (Dapper Drake), and mostly of interest to existing Ubuntu developers…

So we've dedicated an entire day to users and hopeful contributors with lots
of great presentations from Ubuntu developers, and workshops to help you get
involved! Whether you'd like to join the developer team or figure out how to
contribute in another way, UBUNTU LOVE DAY is for you!

What: Ubuntu Love Day!
Where: Montreal, Canada
When: Sunday, October 30th
Who: Ubuntu users, current and future contributors


Please note that the agenda may change, so check the wiki page (above) for
the most up-to-date news closer to the event.

09:00 Welcome!
Mark Shuttleworth

09:15 That's the Badger – The Wonders of Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger)
Matt Zimmerman & Colin Watson

10:00 The Ubuntu Community – Working Together Around the World
Jeff Waugh

10:45 Break (Morning Tea)

11:00 Mighty Edubuntu – Ubuntu for Kids and Schools
Oliver Grawert

11:30 Kubuntu – Ubuntu with a KDE Twist
Jonathan Riddell

12:00 Launchpad – Awesome Tools for Open Source Developers
Steve Alexander & Christian Reis

12:30 Question Time
Panel of Ubuntu Developers

13:00 Break (Lunch)


1. Getting involved in Ubuntu development with the Masters of the
Universe – Daniel Holbach & Oliver Grawert

2. Ubuntu Marketing & Building a Local Community Team – Jeff Waugh
& Jane Silber

n. We may hold other workshops too, check the wiki page for news!

17:00 Close
Mark Shuttleworth

So come along, find out everything you need to know about Ubuntu and how to
get involved! See you in Montreal,

- Jeff

– UbuntuBelowZero in Montreal!
– ubuntu-announce mailing list

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