Ubuntu Documentation Day in the Classroom
March 2, 2014
Start: 16:00 UTC
The Ubuntu Classroom team is happy to announce that we’ve teamed up with the Documentation and Manual teams to offer a day of Documentation-related Classroom sessions on Sunday, March 2nd.
The day will start off at 16:00 UTC with a session by Elizabeth Krumbach Joseph (pleia2) consisting of a quick tour of all the Documentation resources available, including Desktop, Server, Wiki and Manual.
The next five sessions will give potential contributors an overview of contributing to each of the resources (all times UTC, click on time for link to time conversions.
17:00: Getting started contributing to Desktop docs by Kevin Godby (godbyk)
18:00: Getting started contributing to Server docs by Doug Smythies (dsmythies)
19:00: Getting started contributing to the Wiki docs by Svetlana Belkin (belkinsa)
20:00: Getting started contributing to Manual by Kevin Godby (godbyk)
21:00: Ubuntu Manual versions explained by Thomas Corwin (tacorwin) and Patrick Dickey (patrickdickey)
So come learn how to contribute to documentation with us!
Sessions all take place on Internet Relay Chat (IRC). If you want to participate, you just need to join #ubuntu-classroom and #ubuntu-classroom-chat on irc.freenode.net in your IRC client, or just click here for browser-based webchat. The instructor will give the class in #ubuntu-classroom and attendees can chat about the class and ask questions in #ubuntu-classroom-chat.
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