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[22 Jan 2010 | No Comment | 171 views]

Depending on where you are, the day we (ok maybe just me) have been waiting for. The first Ubuntu User Day starts in just over 8 hours. Join us for an exciting day of classes geared towards new and newer Ubuntu users. You can find out more information by visiting the Ubuntu User Days wiki page at: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UserDays. There you will find more information about the day, and a complete class schedule. See you in a few hours!

Planet Ubuntu, Ubuntu »

[15 Jan 2010 | No Comment | 611 views]

As I have mentioned, the first Ubuntu User Day on January 23, 2010 will be done in both English and Spanish versions. Diego Turcios writes about the Spanish version of Ubuntu User Days, Dia del Usuario Ubuntu on his blog. He writes about it both in Enligsh and in Spanish.

Planet Ubuntu, Ubuntu »

[29 Dec 2009 | 7 Comments | 415 views]

At this past Ubuntu Developer Summit in Dallas, the idea was brought up to create a “beginners day,” similar to Open Week, teaching new Ubuntu users the basics of using Ubuntu. Myself, along with Elizabeth Krumbach, Penelope Stowe and Mark Cox volunteered to take the lead on this project. We have worked over the past month or so to plan and create the very first User Day on January 23, 2010. The times for the first User Day are currently set at 1200 UTC with the last course being offered …

Life & Family, Planet Ubuntu, Ubuntu »

[23 Dec 2009 | 3 Comments | 245 views]

I reciently decided to redesign my blog, as well as extend the content in it. The blog will now include personal posts about my life, as well as posts involving Ubuntu, FLOSS and other tech related things. I also became an Ubuntu Member, and my blog is now syndicated on Planet Ubuntu.