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Re: [U-co] Fwd: Ubuntu Gaming Team


2009/4/26 Julián Alarcón <alarconj@xxxxxxxxx>

> On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 9:57 AM, Hollman Enciso R. <
> hollman.enciso@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Bueno, a todos los que nos gusta jugar, les reenvio este email :P
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Danny Piccirillo <danny.piccirillo@xxxxxxxxxx>
>> Date: Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 3:33 AM
>> Subject: Ubuntu Gaming Team
>> To: "Ubuntu local community team (LoCo) contacts"
>> <loco-contacts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Ubuntu Marketing
>> <ubuntu-marketing@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Ubuntu Massachusetts Local
>> Community Team <ubuntu-us-ma@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>> ubuntu-devel-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, US LoCo Teams
>> <ubuntu-us@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, ubuntu-gaming@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> In recognition of the value of FOSS gaming, the Ubuntu Gaming Team has
>> been formed of mutual benefit to Ubuntu and FOSS gaming. As of today,
>> the team is now open for anyone to join and participate in. Working
>> towards improving FOSS games and developing its community will turn a
>> significant barrier against Ubuntu adoption into an appealing reason
>> to switch.
>> The Ubuntu Gaming Team will work to address the obstacles hindering
>> growth in FOSS gaming such as the need for effective distributed
>> content management or significant investment in free content
>> development in order to promote FOSS gaming through Ubuntu and Ubuntu
>> through FOSS gaming. New ideas are encouraged and appreciated.
>> FOSS gaming is important to Ubuntu as a lack of quality games is one
>> of the most cited reasons preventing users from switching from
>> Windows. Gamers, who currently feed off of the proprietary software
>> model, represent a large and valuable user base. They will not even
>> begin to gradually migrate to Ubuntu until their needs are met. They
>> are very capable of understanding the ideological and technical
>> benefits of using a free operating system like Ubuntu, and are often
>> interested in switching, but higher value is placed on high quality
>> gaming and the entire demographic will not budge until the pragmatic
>> advantages of open source actualize through FOSS gaming.
>> The team is dedicated to FOSS gaming, and will not push for commercial
>> games  on Linux as significant effort is already put into the
>> development of Wine and pressuring video game publishers to port their
>> work to Linux. Once FOSS gaming reaches its "tipping point", code and
>> content will be easily reused to foster the development of new games
>> and innovative ideas in gaming. The Ubuntu Gaming Team fills a great
>> need for an organized effort to support FOSS gaming.
>> http://pinstack.blogspot.com/2009/04/announcing-ubuntu-gaming-team.html
>> Launchpad: https://edge.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-gaming<https://edge.launchpad.net/%7Eubuntu-gaming>
>> Wiki: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GamingTeam
>> #ubuntu-gaming
>> ubuntu-gaming@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GamingTeam%0A#ubuntu-gaming%0Aubuntu-gaming@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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>> Hollman Eduardo Enciso R.
>> Administrador Ubuntu Colombia
>> celular: 3012998761
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> Interesante, muy interesante..
> En otras palabras, un grupo mundial de Ubuntu para gamers... Competencia
> contra los otros LoCo Teams!!! jejeje

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