[Ubuntu-be] Ubuntu-be re-activation / IRC meeting
Tom Van Braeckel
tomvanbraeckel at gmail.com
Mon Mar 16 09:54:59 GMT 2009
* Ok, allow me to propose an IRC meeting time, to get the IRC meeting
time ideas flowing: how about every Sunday from 19h 'til 20h ?
* I suggest drawing some attention to this meeting on the website, and
visible during the meeting). That way, we keep the threshold to
participate as low as possible.
* In general, I think it'll always be a challenge to keep this meeting
short & focused - but it's certainly doable. Some idea's:
- Keeping direction by appointing a meeting leader & a secretary.
- Allowing people to edit the agenda for the meeting on a wiki, and
sticking to that agenda while the meeting is in progress.
- The meeting leader can put the agenda-topic in the IRC channel's topic
to keep us from side tracking.
> Some ideas:
> -organize a national Ubuntu-day on or around the release of Windows 7(profit
> the media attention for operating systems)
> -start an ubuntu-be help forum and news pages.(because the dutch forum is
> becoming a fight-arena)
> Op zaterdag 14 maart 2009 23:03, schreef Jan Claeys:
> > Hello all,
> > It seems like Ubuntu-be has fallen asleep a bit...
> > I would like to see a bit more activity on this list and inside
> > ubuntu-be as a community in general:
> > * More reporting on what happens locally (also things that happen
> > inside LUGs etc.). (BTW: this also includes announcing things
> > beforehand on this list, which doesn't always happen now!),
> > * More cooperation & coordination,
> > * More exchange of ideas,
> > * Possible activation of people on the "map" (who has access to
> > that database?) for other tasks, e.g. release parties & fair
> > booths,
> > * More life on the website (news items, etc.),
> > * ...
> > I propose we start having regular IRC meetings to discuss & exchange
> > ideas. My proposal would be to have meetings every 2 weeks, but I would
> > like your input on when would be the best time for these?
> > What do you all think?
> > (Please send all your ideas, even if you're not sure they are weird or
> > possible ;-) )
> > --
> > Jan Claeys
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