Every two years each Ubuntu Local Community must be re-validated by the Ubuntu LoCo Council. Our turn is approaching. Our application has been submitted, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ArizonaTeam/Re-validationApplication2015 and we have been placed on the schedule for 1300 MST (1 pm) on 18 August 2015. The meeting will take place on line at #ubuntu-meeting. Please attend if possible. Your support will be appreciated.
As a Ubuntu Local Community, we are required to submit a monthly report to the Ubuntu Local Community Council about our activities. This is all completed on line.
These are proposed and are awaiting comments.
The Arizona LOCO Team held a Global Jam to test the daily build of 15.04 Alpha at their February 7th Install-Fest.
Cochise County Cyber Patriot teams win the state Middle School Division, the state High School Service Division, and the state High School Open Division.
Many people who use a Linux Operating System believe that it is by definition a secure system and that they are in no danger. I was once told that Linux is like a room with all the doors and windows closed and locked. I have also been told that the only truly secure computer is one that is disconnected from the Internet, turned off, unplugged and battery removed (for laptops), and placed back in its box on the top shelf of the hall closet. The truth is probably some where in between.