After six month’s development, a brand new release of Ubuntu has arrived – Natty Narwhal. We are having more and more people interested in our community happily, thus I am now announcing 18 release parities in 17 cities in China, which will have approximately 2000 participates. It will be a wonderful chance for people to share knowledge and joys, and generally enjoy the time getting together to celebrate a new release of the most widely used FLOSS distribution in China.

Here is the list cities and hosts (sort by alphabet order):
City / Host
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Beijing / Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Dalian / Dalian Maritime University
Deqing / Deqing High School
Guangzhou / Sun Yat-Sen University
Hangzhou / Alibaba, Inc.
Ji’nan / Shandong Polytechnic University
Jinzhou / Liaoning Railway Vocational College of Technology
Nanjing / Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Nanjing / Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Shanghai / Shanghai University
Shenzhen / Unconfirmed (*)
Tianjin / Tianjin Normal University
Wenzhou / Wenzhou Vocational College of Science and Technology
Wuhan / Wuhan Railway Vocational College of Technology
Xiangtan / Hunan University of Science & Technology
Yantai / Graduate School of China Agricultural University
Zhengzhou / Henan Experimental High School
Zhongshan / Zhongshan Institute of University of Electronic Science and Technology

* I haven’t confirmed where will host the release party in Shenzhen, however it has been handled by Shenzhen LUG already.

10 Responses to “Announcing China national-wide Ubuntu 11.04 release parties”

  1. yinhm Says:

    s/Guangzho/Guangzhou/

  2. Carlos Gong Says:

    s/paritis/parties/

  3. sedcool Says:

    想请教一下,有没有具体的翻译者使用教程可以看一下?

    我使用了unbuntu一段时间了,对翻译ubuntu产生了一些兴趣,加入了中文的翻译小组,但是一些基本的操作和行为规则却不知道。我试图google了一下,但是没有合适的资料。

    尽管感觉到很冒昧,但是还是想请您写一个翻译人员可以看的基本操作和行为规则给我们这些新手看看。

    谢谢


  4. 虽然当时在南京,但陪女朋友玩了,下午没赶上时间啊,惋惜惋惜啊……

  5. 宁飞宇 Says:

    您好。我是在ubuntu.org.cn上看到你的博客的,
    希望你能发些ubuntu的学习培训资料我,先谢谢了。


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