Henry and I have been discussing reviving the Ghana Ubuntu (ghUbuntu) group for some time. I think it would be a good idea. Last time we tried, there simply weren’t many Ubuntu users around. Mandriva was by far the most popular distro in Ghana then.
Now the situation is different. I’d guess that Ubuntu is the most popular distro in Ghana currently, at least among individuals. In corporate environments it seems like Red Hat (and CentOS), Novell and Debian dominate. Ubuntu users in Ghana should have a forum to meet, discuss and share ideas. Having such a group could help Ubuntu to make inroads into the business community as well.
Of course I am a Debian user myself. But, Ubuntu is a Debian derivate and I have access to enough Ubuntu machines that I don’t think my participation will be much of a problem. 😉
If you’re interested in the Ghana Ubuntu Group, please contact me (email address can be found on the ‘about’ page), or Henry (I’m sure you can find his email somewhere on his blog) or just keep watching our blogs for more info.