Thanks to our new team lead, Emma Marshall, the Colorado Ubuntu Linux Team regained official status as an Ubuntu Local Team on 2014-03-14!
Thanks to David Overcash, Simon Englebert, Nick Verbeck and Joey Stanford for also working behind the scenes here.
Get ready for our upcoming Trusty Tahr 14.04 party on April 27
Get up-to-date on the team at:
Come celebrate the release of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS ( Precise Pangolin ) with us!
Hey Everyone! Â We’re having our Natty Narwhal Release Party on Sunday, May 1st, at 6:30 PM. Â It will be at Hanson’s Pub – in Washington Park. Â You can find more information on the venue here:
If you wouldn’t mind, please RSVP on our meetup page:
Thanks! Â Looking forwarding to seeing you all there!
Sorry. This is probably just a little late, but better late then never.
We’ve got good news and bad news
The good news: Leslie Hawthorn, the wonderful head of the Google Open
Source Program Office (Google Summer of Code, etc) will help us plan
the next Ubucon Boulder! It is always good to have folks helping who
really know how to run a great event.
The bad news: we won’t have time to get our ducks in a row in time for
the previously announced Sep 27th date.
So we need a new date, either in October or January, since Nov and Dec
So we’ll figure out which Saturdays work for Google – Stay tuned!
Nick, Neal, Leslie and Dale
This is a quick update to correct any time, date, and location changes that have happened. The date has stayed the same, times have been set, and the correct address and map link are as follows.
Saturday September 27, 2008
9:00am – Meet Up
10:00am – Start Time
5-6:00pm – Ruff End Time
2590 Pearl St,
Boulder, CO 80302
Join me for a day of Photography and fun in Boulder, CO!
For those interested we’ll be taking pictures around town and perhaps the neighboring mountains [with penguins and Ubuntu stuff (oh-my!)] all whilst passing out Ubuntu CD’s and talking to people on the street (if there are any to be found).
When: November 24th @ 1pm
Where: “Wolf Camera” Boulder, CO.
Why: Just another excuse to take pictures and promote Ubuntu.
p.s. – It may be cold; so bring a jacket!
I would like to throw a little get-together tomorrow night at Woodys
Wood fired Pizza in broom field tomorrow night after the BBQ. In my
previous LUG in Tokyo, people would post if they are going to a social
place and invite the LUG to attend. This would be a great idea to get
the group together more. If you will attend, please respond to this
thread. Woodys is a laptop friendly place.
The directions are located here:
Phillip Tribble – Rusher
That Guy INC.
When: August 11 2007 @ 7:00pm MT
Where: Woody’s Pizza – HWY 287/Wadsworth & 10th Ave. – Broomfield, CO
Today I had a call-in interview for the “Castellini on Computers” radio show, which is broadcast on the western slope of the mountains.Â It was a fun experience for me, but my first chance at ever being on a radio show.Â Combine that with the fact that I was ditching work for about 30 minutes to do it and I was a bit nervous and hurried.Â All that aside, I felt like it was a great exposure moment for Ubuntu and the CoLoCo team for anyone that was listening.
If you all are curious as to what I sound like on the radio (which is nothing like what I sound like in normal life) you can hear the clips from the below links.Â Sorry, they’re only in mp3 from his site, but they’ll have to do for now:
Hopefully the next time around (if there is a next time) will go a bit smoother.Â : )
Rick actually has a very nice computer how-to website setup that has been featuring Ubuntu for the past week.Â If you’re curious to see his tutorials and hear what he has to say about Ubuntu check it out at http://www.helpmerick.com .Â I’ll be heading out his way in a few weeks I believe to give a talk to a computer group he runs in Grand Junction, if anyone wants to come with or meet me there feel free to let me know.Â It would be a great chance for me to meet our friends on the western slope in person!