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Ubuntu developer sprint, Wiesbaden

At the ACHAT hotel in Wiesbaden, central Germany, twenty-three members of the Ubuntu development team have managed to get together for a small, fast-paced development conference known as a ‘sprint’.
Read about it here


One of the successful advantages of Ubuntu is the distribution of Ubuntu developers across several countries and timezones around the world. There’s always somebody awake in Ubuntuland!

Because of being spread out, developers and Ubunteros mainly communicate online, via email, IRC chat and other forums. Even talking to the Ubuntu developers electronically everyday, it’s often possible to only remember their online nickname—often a strange name, such as ‘keybuk’, ‘doko’, ‘kamion’ or ‘seb128‘—rather than their real names.

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