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Jono Bacon: LoCo Docs Day a Success

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Congratulations to the incredible Ubuntu LoCo Community for an excellent LoCo Docs Day on March 3rd. A number of documents were refined and improved on the day, including:

LoCoDocsDay
Lo Co Creating Forum
Lo Co Working With Other Groups
Lo Co Running Installfests
LoCoReview
LoCoTeamHowto
Lo Co Team Docs To Do
LoCoFAQ
LoCoTeamMeeting
Lo Co Creating Website
Lo Co Computer Fair Howto
Lo Co Team Knowledge Base
LoCoTeams
USTeams/Team List
LoCoTeamList

In addition to this, a large number of teams improved the documentation on their own wiki sites. A great day.

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