Local Community teams are groups of Ubuntu fans and enthusiasts who work together in regional teams to help advocate, promote, translate, develop and otherwise improve Ubuntu.

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How do I organize an Ubuntu party or get together?

I would like organize some Ubuntu party with my school, but how to improve Ubuntu with our time? (easily)
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What are the ethics of having a company “sponsor” a loco team event?

I've got a LoCo event coming up, and a local company (that uses and loves Ubuntu) has approached me (since I'm the organizer) with the following proposal: They'd like to "sponsor" the event - bring ...
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How can I get updates about a LoCo team?

I wanted to join to Ubuntu LoCo team in Jordan but the team is inactive and it seems that in this status since 2008, what is the solution?
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How can I kickstart a group advocating digital literacy with Ubuntu?

I'm currently working in a cyber cafe in Cameroon, Africa. Desktop penetration is very low here, so I wish to create a grassroots organisation with my mates to promote ICT. Where can I find materials ...
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What is an Ubuntu localized image and how do I create one?

I've heard that is possible to build customized versions of Ubuntu in different languages. What are these and how can I make one?
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How do I run a successful Ubuntu Hour?

I'm taking my be-stickered laptop to a coffee shop tonight for an Ubuntu Hour. I've let a bunch of local LUG people know about it. How can I ensure people come away from it feeling like the ...
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What if my State / Country doesn't have a Ubuntu LoCo Team? How can I start one?

I know what an Ubuntu Team is and where to find them, but what can users do if their area doesn't have a LoCo team?
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Is it possible to work on the same region as a locoteam but not IN the locoteam

Was checking Jono's Site about Ubuntu Advocacy Development Kit and was wondering if it was possible to reach out to others in my country, state, city, community without having to be in the locoteam. ...
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Where can I get physical CDs of Ubuntu if I live in a place with limited internet connectivity? [duplicate]

I am based in Durban, South Africa and would like to get a copy of the operating system but do not have an internet connection. Can someone nearby help me make a CD copy?
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What user groups are there in Northwest Ohio? [closed]

I am wondering who the users here are from Northwest Ohio. I would like to get a group together and chat, start projects, art ideas, you know. I know there is a Ohio loco but most of the people that I ...
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Event registration on loco.ubuntu.com

On Planet Ubuntu there was a post asking RSVP to an Ubuntu Jam organized by the Californian LoCo. The event linked to loco.ubuntu.com event entry, where we could enter our RSVP status. Is it possible ...
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Is Ubuntu branding with other Linux Distro logos OK?

So I'm organizing a Ubuntu Hour, and advertising it through both the local LUG and the loco team - what's the policy regarding the Ubuntu logo on a poster with other Linux distros? (Fedora, Debian, ...
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Where can I find Ubuntu Posters?

I'd like to put up some posters around where I go to school, where would I find some great looking posters, flyers and tips on advocacy?
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How do I find Ubuntu users in my country / state

I am looking to get meet other users how do I find that team.
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What can we do to increase participation in Global Jams?

Our global jam is coming up this weekend, and I wonder what we can do to increase participation and also collaboration between the different events. Maybe we still have time to implement some of the ...