So me and some folks at [kwartzlab](http://kwartzlab.ca/) (as well as the [KW Linux Users Group](http://kwlug.org/)) are getting together on Thursday to celebrate the release of [Ubuntu](http://ubuntu.com) 9.10, the Karmic Koala.
[Details at the Kwartzlab site](http://kwartzlab.ca/karmic) if you’re interested in attending.
I run Ubuntu at home on all my computers now. Well… nearly all. It’s come along way in the last few years, to the point where it’s making me feel at home and content in an operating system again. I’m also feeling like I want to contribute to the community. So the party seems like a nice way to do that a bit. Plus, I kinda want to see who’s around here, maybe build a local community where we can participate.
I’m a member of Kwartzlab, and I think they’re an awesome group of people. This is one of the things I’m hoping to do to get more involved in the lab. Another is showing up on Tuesday Open Nights and just working on projects. That’s what Tuesday Open Nights are for, after all.
And *maybe* I can bring it all together and hack on some Ubuntu-related projects in the ‘Lab…