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Ubuntu Open Week kicks off this week, welcoming everyone from all walks of life, distros, skills, opinions and curiosities to come along and get involved. Taking place on IRC, the sessions run from Monday till Saturday between 5pm and 11pm South African time with the aim of growing the Ubuntu community.

There will be sessions on various subjects including Ubuntu desktop team, packaging 101, the Ubuntu community, translations with Rosetta, Kubuntu, maintaining an Ubuntu package, becoming an Ubuntu member, using Launchpad, ask Mark, the Ubuntu bug squad, LoCo teams, Ubuntu documentation project, Edubuntu, patching packages, Xubuntu and Ubuntu ports.

To join in on the events, use your IRC client to connect to the Freenode IRC network at irc.freenode.net. Then join #ubuntu-classroom for the time and date of the session you want to attend.

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Jono Bacon: Ubuntu Open Week is here!

Well, the Ubuntu Open Week kicks off this week and we welcome everyone from all walks of life, distros, skills, opinions and curiosities to come along and get involved. The aim of the week is to help grow the awesome Ubuntu community, and we have a fantastic menu of events lined up. This is a great opportunity to get involved.

We have sessions on all kinds of subjects including Ubuntu Desktop Team, Packaging 101, The Ubuntu Community, Translations with Rosetta, Kubuntu, Maintaining an Ubuntu Package, Becoming an Ubuntu Member, Using Launchpad, Ask Mark, The Ubuntu Bug Squad, The Ubuntu Bug Squad, LoCo Teams, Ubuntu Documentation Project, Edubuntu and recently added some more sessions:

* Patching Packages
* Xubuntu
* Ubuntu Ports

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