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==Finding a local lab==
==Joining a local lab==
==Creating a local lab==
Creating a Local Lab is an exciting, challenging and rewarding experience. A successful local lab can have a great impact, both locally and globally.
Forming a local lab is not about forming a group and telling people what to do. It is about identifying local needs and inspiring smart and passionate people to meet those needs. Running a local lab will push you to your limits. You will need to keep the group organized and resolve conflict where required.
===Getting Started===
First, you will need to chose your region. A local local lab can support a city, a state, or even a country. We encourage you to start with country sized regions until you grow large enough that seperate, smaller teams would be more effective.
Next, you will need to identify a contact person. Your contact person will be the ambassador between Sugar Labs and your local lab.
===Choosing a name===
===Setting up your resources===
Home page
Mailing list
IRC Channel
Moodle room?
==Running a local lab==
===Leading the team===
===Holding meetings===
===Find things to do===
Support local deployments
Translate software and documentation
===Resolving conflicts===


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