(Wow, I needed to type “Global Jam” more than once as I’s used to write “Global Bug Jam”.)
I am happy looking forward to the third “Ubuntu Global Jam” taking place from 2nd to 4th of October 2009. “We”, meaning “Ubuntu Berlin“, Daniel Holbach, Benjamin Drung and me, already managed to prepare the local Jam session as far as possible:
- We found a place with power supply and network uplink: the c-base, where Ubuntu Berlin became some kind of resident.
- We decided to schedule our Global Jam for Saturday, the 3rd of October, from 11 am to 7 pm, which should allow people with different personal schedules to join us at least for some hours.
- We added our Global Jam to the official team list.
- We set up a core team with responsibilities for different aspects of the Jam. Daniel Holbach and Benjamin Drung will care for bug triaging, bug squatting and packaging while I’ll work on and present translation and documentation.
- We announced our Global Jam participation and invited more people to join us on several mailing lists (from Ubuntu Berlin lists over local Berlin Linux lists to c-base lists).
- We started to announce our invitation on different twitter feeds, our facebook group, identi.ca and some blogs. One of them you are currently reading
- Last but not least I dropped some lines on the Ikhaya-suggest-an-article box, one of the most read German Ubuntu ressources.
- We will continue inviting people on personal basis as there are a bunch of people able to support us and just need a small friendly push…
I admit I am curious about this years participation and impact. And you? What are your hints for setting up a Global Jam session? Or do you need any more advices? Let me know. I am curious. Really.