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I've been looking at the schedule for Ubuntu Developer Week (11th to 15th of July), and started entering the schedule into my Google calendar (XML, iCal, HTML). At this point, I thought to myself... maybe there's a public calendar that is updated with key Ubuntu events? So that has lead to my question.

Is there a complete public calendar for key Ubuntu events?

N.B: Events like Ubuntu Developer Summit, Ubuntu Developer Week, Ubuntu Global Jam, Releases, LTS End-Of-Life dates, etc.

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Here's is the official calendar:

And here are the instructions. Note that some teams have their own team calendars as well, but generally speaking anything important is put on the fridge calendar.

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Not exactly what I had in mind, as it's only meeting times; but following on from that link lead to the LoCo and Classroom calendars - very useful! :P People can subscribe to the LoCo/Classroom calendars themselves, but I'm going to also add in Alpha/Beta release dates from here: Will also add in the iCal and XML links in the question, so people can use the calendar too; the invite email address to the calendar is (using the same instructions as you pointed out above) – Alex Stevens Jun 18 '11 at 1:57
@Alex Adding all all those would be very useful, thanks! – Jorge Castro Jun 20 '11 at 16:23
Anytime Jorge ^.^ Thanks for pointing me in the right direction :P – Alex Stevens Jun 20 '11 at 23:01

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