Welcome to the Ubuntu-Arizona Weekly Newsletter, Issue #99 for the week July 5, July 11.
* Arizona Loco Newsletter
* Ninety Ninth Edition
* Powered by Ubuntu
* Wednesday-July 15, 2009
* Arizona Loco Team Wiki: [“ArizonaTeam”]
* Next meeting: Sunday July 19, 2009 9:00 PM
* Server: Freenode: IRC Channel #ubuntu-us-az
In this issue
* Announcement: Ubuntu 6.06 LTS Desktop will reach end of life on Tuesday, July 14, 2009.
* johnc4510 then stated that he was considering stepping down as Team leader. A discussion of how to go about organizing the Team leadership followed.
Information received after the meeting
PLUG announcements: ABLEconf has been confirmed for Saturday, 2009Oct24. IRC meetings every Sunday the hour before the AZ Loco mtg. Avondale Free Software Stammtisch is Wednesday, Tempe Free Software Stammtisch isn’t this week, it’s a week from Tuesday. Prescott Free Software Stammtisch is this Tuesday. The BlenderCAD meetings are no longer every Sunday, they’re now the 3rd Saturday of the month. matthewmpp has also added an IRC meeting for the BlenderCAD project the 3rd Thursday of the month.
FUN AND GAMES
Ubuntu Gaming Night is a group of Ubuntu users who meet up midday Sunday and play multiplayer native Linux games, both FOSS and Commercial.
== OUTLINE OF JOHN’S TEAM TASKS ==
As requested by the team at the last meeting, here is a listing of duties I currently oversee:
* Team IRC Channel administration
* Team Mailing List administration
* Team Launchpad administration
* Team Forums administration
* Team Wiki administration including setup and formatting of new pages
* Chairing of weekly team meetings
* Team Server administration
* Events planning and coordination
* Team contact and coordinator for state LUG’s
* Team contact and distributor for shipit CDs from Ubuntu
* ABLEcon coordination
* Various small projects: This includes anything that come up during meetings that needs to be done.
Team Focus: Launchpad Bug #1 – https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/1
* As of now, our overall plan is geared to promoted Ubuntu and Open Source computing in the State of Arizona. We do this through our events, and working with the state LUGs. By working with the state LUGs, we are able to pool our resources in order to reach a broader base of users in Arizona. Because our team has an abundance of resources available from Ubuntu, it is up to us to help in any way we can to help promote open source computing in Arizona. By doing this we effectually broaden our base, and the open source base in Arizona.
Read the whole thing at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ArizonaTeam/Newsletters/09July15