URGENT - Call for Open Week Session Leaders or Session Suggestions

Alex Lourie djay.il at gmail.com
Thu Dec 15 05:24:44 UTC 2011

On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 3:49 PM, Amber Graner <akgraner at ubuntu.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> First of all I apologize in advance for asking for Open Week [1]
> Sessions and Session Leaders at this late time in the cycle.  Jorge
> Castro sent out the initial call for session leaders in early Sept [2]
> but due to this being a really busy cycle in terms of the 11.10
> release not to mention all the busyness that life adds to our (those
> of us in the community) lives as volunteers the schedule is nowhere
> near full. I hope that many of you will be willing to help. Before I
> go into more of what we need - let me thank you first even considering
> it!  You, your time, your talents and participation matter!  Please
> ask your team members as well. Thank you in advance.
> Here is what we need 1) Session leaders and 2) Session Suggestions
> (What's something you'd like to know more about in Ubuntu 11.10 or
> Ubuntu in General.
> Do you lead a team or project? Do you want more people to know about
> the team/project? Do you need/want more contributors to your
> team/project?  Are you involved in one of the many supported
> distributive distributions?  Does it need more buzz surrounding it?
> Do you want to let the community know how they can get involved?
> If you answered yes to any of these questions or you know someone who
> can please consider giving an hour of your time to lead a session
> during open week.  If you are new to leading an online session join
> #ubuntu-classroom-backstage and myself or one of the many other team
> volunteers can get you all the information you need.
> Is there a topic/project/team/ you 'd like to know more about getting
> involved with them please let myself or jcastro know so we can see who
> we need to find to lead that session.
> If you want to lead a session please include the following
> information.  You can send this information to jcasto or myself and we
> can schedule it or you can add it to the timeline [3] yourself.
> Please DO NOT move a session with talking to the other session leader,
> jcasto, or myself.  Thanks!
> Session Name:
> Session Summary:
> Session Leader Name (to include IRC NICK)
> Session Time Slot:
> On a side note Open Week is where I learned about many of the projects
> and places people can participate in the Ubuntu Project.  This is a
> great opportunity to get your message out, ask for help from the
> community, learn what the community wants to know about your
> team/project and more. I know this is a busy time of the year, with
> release week, open week, planning for UDS, not to mention family, work
> and more.  Again, thank you in advance and I look forward to your help
> in making this another successful open week.
> with much gratitude,
> Amber
> [1] - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOpenWeek
> [2] -
> https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/loco-contacts/2011-September/005591.html
> [3] - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOpenWeek/Timetable
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I think it would be useful to give a session about QA in Ubuntu. If time
permits, I'd do it myself.

Alex Lourie
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