As you read it. From now on, Philip Ballew, Nathan Haines, José Antonio Rey and I (Pablo Rubianes) will be hosting a monthly LoCo Teams Update session at Ubuntu on Air!.
For these to be a success, we need your help. The updates will have news from the LoCo Council, and will also highlight what LoCo Teams are doing around the world! That means, if your LoCo Team is having an event or wants to be mentioned on the show for something they are going to do or have already done, you need to tell us so we can feature it.
All LoCo Teams are welcome to send their news to us so they can be featured on the show. Just send an email to email@example.com, and make sure to start the subject with [LoCo Update]. An example of a subject would be “[LoCo Update] Release party hosted!” (don’t forget to mention which LoCo Team this is coming from!)
You can send text so we can read, but you can also send us your pictures and photos of the event, so we can show them to the world on this show. These sessions are all about you and your LoCo Team, so we are totally welcome to suggestions about what can be done in the future to improve the show. We may even start having some guests from LoCo Teams! Also, we will be using the #ubuntu-on-air channel on irc.freenode.net (Click here to join from your browser) to host discussion about the session. Anyone is welcome to come!
Our first session is going to be on Saturday, March 22nd, at 19 UTC. From that point on, we will be having sessions on the fourth Saturday each month, at the same time. You will be able to see the sessions at the Ubuntu on Air! calendar.
We hope to see you there, and expect to receive many news to be featured on the show!
Something wonderful just happened in Montevideo, the passion, hard work and a bit of craziness from the most incredible group of people I know, erased borders and create one really big team.
We had almost 300 people in this 2 day event, with awesome talks, a wonderful demo stand and FREE COFFEE!!
We would like to special thank, Jono for the great message he send us, Michelle for all her hard work in this last months for this and Lucas our great Design guy who work a lot and sadly miss this event.
Thanks for this great UbuConLA see you in the next one!
This week we have the UbuConLA in Montevideo, and almost everything is ready, in the last week we got a national newspaper interview the “El Observador” Newspaper and the Uruguayan Goverment declare the UbuConLA an event of National Interest with the approval by the Minister of Education and Culture Ricardo Ehrlich. On top of this we got metion in a primetime news program in Channel 12 from Montevideo.
We hope to be able to brodcast live from the Event in our youtube channel so more info is coming soon!!!
This is the UbuConLA 2013 Poster!
This is the National Interest Declaration!
And this is the picture from the Newspaper El Observador article:
Today the organization of UbuConLA launch the new 2013 edition website! take a look at http://www.ubuconla.org and tell us what you think!
Also we are looking for sponsors so if you know someone who wants to colaborate with this event and wants to get promoted around the whole Latinamerica try talk to them, the organization email is ubuconla2013 [AT] ubuconla [DOT] org
Here in Latin America since this year we have an annual Ubuntu event that will take place in a different city every edition.
The 2013 edition will take place in Montevideo Uruguay and we have started to organize everything to make the 2013 edition as good as the 2012 one.
The call for talks have already open and you can get more info in Here, and if you happen to be near Montevideo next 7th and 8th June just come to the event!!
The last week took place in Foz de Iguazu, Brazil the 2012 edition of Latinoware, and I had the wonderful opportunity to give two talks and join Ubuntu-BR team.
This was a really great event, where I got surprised by the level of the organization, that was great! and how great, open and friendly is the Ubuntu-BR team, even the fact I don’t speak a single word of Portuguese and they don’t speak Spanish, we got a way to communicate our selves!!
It was a busy event for 4200 people, our stand was always full, people asking for cds, lanyards, tshirts or solutions for some ubuntu problems, we end up really tired but it was a great experience!.
On a remarkable story to tell, the Ubuntu 12.10 talk turned into a Gangnam style dance contest when Tiago showed the Youtube integration with webapps.
I add some pictures from the event and I want to thank the Organization of the event, specially Duda, for taking me there, and all the Ubuntu-br team (Tiago, Julian, Marta, Ursula and Ayrton) for let me be one of their great team!
On this September we had a new call to have elections in our Uruguayan LoCo Council.
After a week of open nominations, we have the 5 new members for our council.
the new members are
Alejandro Esperon (Ratman)
Carlos Ney Pastor