Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Ubuntu Global Jam in Montreal, this weekend

There's really only a couple of hours left until our Global Jam event in Montreal kicks off: a truly awesome setup, that can be run thanks to the amazing help of komputes and the rooms gratiously granted to us by the ETS (École de Technologie Supérieure), GULL-ETS, and Clod Patry. Thanks all.

So this is my official invitation: are you an Ubuntu enthusiast in the region of Montreal? Are you interested in helping out fixing bugs, getting to know more about your favorite OS or even just getting to know what all this fuss with "Linux" and "Ubuntu" is about?

Then come join us at ÉTS, for this three-day event: we've got all kinds of really cool stuff planned, as well as interesting presentations on packaging, bug triage, Asterisk, to only name a few. I'll be presenting on a couple of subjects myself, such as sysadmin tools and helping out with coding.

Here's the deal:
  • École de technologie supérieure (

  • October 2 (16h to 23h), and 3-4 (12h to 18h),
  • 1100 rue Notre-Dame Ouest
  • Salles/Rooms A-1300 et A-1238
  • More information at
Everyone is welcome!

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