I just created a linked in page for the Arizona Ubuntu LoCo team: (http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=3014215&trk=myg_ugrp_ovr) in an attempt to make us more visible on the internet and, perhaps, make us easier to find for people needing/wanting our help. If you can think of other places where we can make our presence known, please let us know so we can make use of that info or create an entry for the team and give us the info so we can keep track of it.
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I'm going to start by saying that if you didn't make it to SCaLE this year you missed quite an event. Everything about this event was top notch. The Westin has the most comfortable beds in the world. I am qualified to make that statement if you need to know my qualifications, feel free to contact me by any means you have at your disposal. Oh, before I go any further, I want to thank Nate Hutchins (hutchnate) because if it hadn't been for his proactive nature I wouldn't have been able to go. Ya see, it was his idea in the first place and he drove.
You have to read the whole entry to hear about the car.
OK, in last week's teem meeting I mentioned that toddc came up with a great idea about how to hold regular installfests in Tempe and get free advertising. Well, after some discussion with xHans and another PLUG member that is always at installfest, we decided to do a trial run of 3 months at a new location while keeping the UAT installfest going. Todd did a bunch of leg work and found us a location. He found a Community Center Manager that is the Manager of Computer Training for the Community and has a room for us.
ABLEconf (Arizona Business and Liberty Experience conference) was held on Saturday, October 24, 2009. Once again at the University of Advancing Technology in Phoenix, the conference held more presentations than in its inaugural. Among those displaying their services was the Ubuntu-Arizona LoCo team.