The Ubuntu Developer Summit for the Oneiric Ocelot development cycle (UDS-O) will take place on May 9-13, 2011 at the Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal, Budapest Hungary. While there are many contributors and developers who attend and participate in person the number of contributors who attend via Remote Participation continues to grow.Don't worry if you aren't going to be there in person, as there is no need to miss any dis... more »
Screenshot on How to participate in UDS-N from the UDS website    What's on tap for this week in the world of Ubuntu? It's the Ubuntu Developer Summit for the Ubuntu 11.04, Natty Narwhal cycle, otherwise known as UDS-N.Just as UDS website states, "Be there and make a difference", I'll be blogging, denting, tweeting, facebooking and more from the sessions this week. I am looking forward to seei... more »
Ubuntu Developer Summit, more commonly referred to as UDS, will take place from Monday, October 25 through Friday, October 29, 2010 in Orlando, Florida. Every 6 months just after each Ubuntu release UDS takes place, usually alternating between locations in the United States and Europe. UDS is where the Ubuntu developers begin putting together the roadmap to the next Ubuntu release, in this case Ubuntu 11.04, codenamed Natty Narwhal.I am personally looking forward to participating in this UDS... more »
UDS-L (Ubuntu Developer Summit) was held in Dallas, Texas, from November 16-20, 2009. UDS is where Ubuntu developers get together to plan the next release. In this case, the planning was centered on the next LTS (Long Term Support) release Ubuntu 10.04 (a.k.a., Lucid Lynx), which is scheduled to be released in April 2010. At UDS in Dallas I attended the Community tracks and learned a great deal about many aspects of the Ubuntu Community. The intense planning throughout the whole week seemed t... more »
Ubuntu Developer Summit is next week, November 16-20, 2009.Can't make it in person? Well that doesn't mean you can't participate. I couldn't make UDS – Karmic either, but that didn't stop me from participating. I participated remotely, and it was awesome. I learned how the process works and how a release takes shape. If you want to help shape Ubuntu 10.04 but can't make it to UDS, then remote participation is for you. Check out the UDS-L/Remote Participation Wiki and read all about how to par... more »
Hi Everyone! What a thrill it is to have another place to share things about the Ubuntu Community. With the launch of Ubuntu User magazine back in May 2009, I have felt like the gap between the developer community and the end user is closing and the reality of one blended community is just around the corner. So let's talk a little about the events that are happening in and around the community. These events need people like you to jump in and get involved. Ubuntu Global Jam Weekend was... more »

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Amber Graner is an active Ubuntu community member and organizer who encourages everyone around her to participate, support, and learn about Ubuntu and Open Source. With a smile and a sense of humor, Amber reminds people that there is a place for everyone in the Ubuntu community – regardless of technical skill level (or lack thereof). She is constantly looking for people, places, and events within the Ubuntu community that help inspire Ubuntu users to participate actively within the Ubuntu community. Email Amber at amber AT ubuntu-user DOT com.

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