nisshh.ubuntu at gmail.com
Sun Sep 12 15:37:35 BST 2010
I agree, it does look pretty bad having that on the mailing list.
Ian, if you have any ideas (if anyone does!) please share them, id love to
hear any ideas people have for improving the loco.
To get the ball rolling, i will go and do some research RIGHT NOW. I am
going to go and see what some of the other LoCo's are doing to keep activity
and organisation nice and streamlined. I think we can learn from others, and
collaborate with others and each other to improve our loco and get it
re-approved, i really really want this to happen, so instead of just talking
i am going to go and get started.
So, if you agree with me and Ian, come and join in the effort to rebuild our
once awesome loco.
PS: Ian, thanks im enjoying being a member! :)
Ryan Macnish (nisshh)
On Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 6:39 PM, Ian Fleming <iflema at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> First of all congratulations on earning Ubuntu membership, I think I
> have said it all ready but hey... now its official.
> I am not saying 3 2 1 GO! I am thinking along the lines of
> infrastructure, a little ground work.
> I see tech support in the mailing list and can not help but think that
> it is a little odd. For example when one browses the mailing list, one
> has to wade through all the tech support threads to find anything of
> What if activity on both fronts increase.
> More over I personally think its a bad look for the Australian Ubuntu
> Loco. Very very disorganised.
> Im reluctant to add *tech support in mailing list* to the agenda for
> Tuesday nights meeting, maybe just a quick focus on it to get the
> impression of those present.
> (to quote you....)
> "May the force be with you!" :)
> ubuntu-au mailing list
> ubuntu-au at lists.ubuntu.com
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