‘Docs’ Archive

What Individuals Can Do For Their LoCo Team December 6, 2009 1 Comment

Article contributed by Amber Graner and Elizabeth Krumbach Are you the only person in your area who is in your state LoCo Team? Or perhaps meet-ups in your area haven’t been as successful as you had anticipated. Never fear! There are things individuals can do “on their own” to contribute to their LoCo team. Host […]

Documenting LoCo Activity October 1, 2009 No Comments

Article contributed by Dan Trevino and Elizabeth Krumbach Documenting is not a glamorous job. It is time-consuming and after a successful event many of us would much rather take a long break and start planning for the next instead of writing up a summary of an event that has already taken place. Why Document? So, […]

Cookies for Ubuntu August 30, 2009 No Comments

Article contributed by Amber Graner Have you ever been to a meeting of any kind and watched who was gathered around whom? I have and with the volunteer stuff I do like School, Scouts, Church, LoCo, LUG, Civic, Political, Family meetings/gatherings to name a few it’s usually the people who show up with something in […]

Joining a US LoCo Team August 10, 2009 Comments Off on Joining a US LoCo Team

´╗┐´╗┐Article contributed by Elizabeth Krumbach One of the most common questions we receive is “Is there a LoCo team in my state?” The short answer is “Probably!” There are only a handful of states in the United States which have no one making any kind of effort. How do I find my team and join? […]