Sunday July 22, 2018
- Re-validation Date 17 September 2017
Team Contact - Todd Cole email@example.com
- Membership - 295 direct members as of December 11, 2017
Launchpad - https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-arizona
Mailing List - firstname.lastname@example.org
Web site - http://azloco.org/
- IRC - #ubuntu-us-az on freenode.net
Meet-Up account - https://www.meetup.com/Ubuntu-Arizona/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UbuntuAZTeam/
Big Blue Button Server - https://bbb.azloco.net/
Test servers -http://test.azloco.com/ NOT CURRENTLY ACTIVE
There are 295 direct members of the Arizona Local Community Team and 303 members in total, directly and indirectly through other team memberships. Member Count
The Arizona Team co-sponsors a Linux Installation Festival on the First and Third Saturdays of each month with the Phoenix Linux User Group (PLUG) at UAT. We first started collaborating with them doing Installfests in 2008 and as a result now offer two per month instead of one. We currently have 1 portable server to host ISO's and have just added a PXE server to speed up some installs. Since March 2015 through December 2017 we have hosted 62 installation festivals (including one Tucson and three in Sierra Vista) attended by 960 people resulting in 208 successful installs and numerous repairs, Linux and FOSS instruction/training sessions, and personal and Team project completions.
- Ubuntu Hour Events are currently being held in Tempe AZ on the 1st and 4th Thursday of each month and Sierra Vista AZ on the 4th Thursday of each month month. Since March 2015 through December 2017 we have hosted 104 Ubuntu Hours (64 in Tempe, 33 in Sierra Vista, and 7 in Surprise) attended by 706 people for an average of almost 7 people per event.
IRC meetings are held weekly on Sunday nights at 9 P.M. MST. The IRC channel is open 24 hours a day to help users with questions and communicate with team members. ubuntu-us-az on http://webchat.freenode.net Since March 2015 through December 2017 we have conducted 140 Team IRC meetings attended by 1302 people for an average of over 9 people at each meeting.
State LUG Collaboration: Contact and pooling of resources with Linux User Groups (LUGs) across the state to promote events and further Ubuntu as a viable operating system. We have already established a relationship with:
Improve Global Jam participation: Schedule half of the install-fest session for Global Jam and invite chosen people for testing and debugging.
Release Party & Installfest: Do demonstrations of new features and installations for our team and local groups. Conduct release parties for LTS Ubuntu releases.
LUGY: Attend meetings occasionally. Distribute installation media, exchange Ubuntu & FOSS information and demonstrate new programs.
PLUG: Attend East side meetings every month. Distribute installation media, exchange Ubuntu & FOSS information and demonstrate new programs.
SLUG: Attend meetings occasionally. Distribute installation media, exchange Ubuntu & FOSS information and demonstrate new programs.
CLUG: Attend meetings twice a month. Distribute installation media, exchange Ubuntu & FOSS information and demonstrate new programs.
Local Ubuntu Advocacy: Continue to burn and distribute Ubuntu installation media for release parties, Installfests, and for team members to distribute to family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, etc.
We have maintained our team IRC channel #ubuntu-us-az which we also monitor on a daily basis with our own stat reporting system Team IRC Stats.
We have published our own team newsletter on a weekly basis to help encourage non participating members or members who missed a meeting to keep abreast of the latest LoCo happenings Team Newsletter
We keep logs of our weekly meetings Meeting Logs
We have maintained our team sub-forum AZ Team Thread
We have maintained our team mailing list Team Mail List Archive
We have maintained our team wiki page AZ wiki
We have maintained our team portal Arizona LoCo Team portal
We have opened a Meet-Up account in an effort to grow our membership Ubuntu Arizona Meet-Up
New Member Support:
AZ Team Forum Sticky about membership: Arizona LoCo Team Info
- Our monthly Installfests at the University of Advancing Technology assists new users with installation media, installs, and training.
Team Branding (Designed and approved by team)
Team Logo and slogan: Logo/Slogan
Team Subpage Header: SubPage Header
We encourage all team members to adopt the following signature on the forums to further promote our LoCo. The "ArizonaTeam wiki | Arizona Launchpad | and Membership" we have added our azloco.com email to offer a team related mail address and share documents on Google docs.
Established a Cafe Press Store to augment the available Ubuntu merchandise available at Canonical. It offers merchandise with our own team branding on it. Cafe Press Store
We installed proxmox with 14.04 on the server and transferred our team web page to it. azloco Web site
Note:We have recently been given 2 Dell Poweredge 2900 and 1 Dell Poweredge 2950 servers in perfect condition for our team use. We will also be using them to educate team members in server development. We are looking for a new physical location for our servers.
John Crawford (2008-06-26) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JohnCrawford
Kenny Mc Henry (2009-02-20) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kennymc0
Nasser Hasian (2009-02-23) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/nhasian
J. Scott Gwin (2010-07-06) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/j.scott.gwin
Todd Cole (2014-05-21) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ToddCole
Raoul Snyman (2015-02-15) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/superfly
Rex Bouwense (2016-06-15) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/rexbouwense
Walter Mack (2017-02-02) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/wmack-y
Mark Thomas (2017-02-02) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/markthomas
Paul Kairis (2017-02-15) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PavlosKairis
We have held workshops to instruct more AZ Team Members on how to apply for Ubuntu membership. This process is on going.