[Launchpad-users] Ubuntu Bug Week Announcement

Alberto Salvia Novella es20490446e at gmail.com
Fri Feb 14 08:07:22 UTC 2014

After reading all your comments, I think *the situation* that represents 
better what are you expecting for (correct me) is the following:

  * Making a *new event*.
  * Three *days*, from Friday 07-03 to Sunday 08-03.
  * *Naming* it "Ubuntu Bug Weekend".
  * Driven by *facts* not just promises.
  * Including a list of *papercuts* where it's possible to contribute
    without technical knowledge.
  * Making *video tutorials* about how to do individual tasks.
  * Properly *announcing* it following a schedule:
      o Two weeks in advance.
      o One week in advance.
      o Two days in advance.
      o Just when started.

I also feel like *substituting* these proposals:

  * Setting *measurable goals*, because the used *visual management* is
    the substitute for this. It is generally recognized that measurable
    goals are better accomplished, but I find that performance at goals
    implicitly set visually usually surpass those written in a document:
    they're more motivating, less driven by hurry and more by constant
    improvement, and more adjusted to reality itself and not just to
  * Mentioning the *IRC* channel in every announcement; because this
    mean of communication requires constant attention, while *email* can
    be looked both constantly or from time to time at your own choice.
    So instead mentioning the Quality team mailing list.

Where do you think they will be good *places**to announce* the event?

Regards ?

El 13/02/14 20:23, Phill Whiteside escribió:
> Hi,
> may I suggest the Fri / Sat / Sun of 7th, 8th and 9th March ? Also, as 
> has been noted earlier.. please do liase with the papercut team for 
> those of us who are not developers... there are bugs that still need 
> confirming. It is a good chance to liase with the bug squad and get a 
> "hug a bug" weekend.
> Just thinking out loud.
> Regards,
> Phill.
> On 13 February 2014 19:16, Nicholas Skaggs 
> <nicholas.skaggs at canonical.com <mailto:nicholas.skaggs at canonical.com>> 
> wrote:
>         On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 2:34 PM, Alberto Salvia Novella
>         <es20490446e at gmail.com <mailto:es20490446e at gmail.com>> wrote:
>             Why you choose not to participate?
>     I was traveling back home from a Sprint sadly :-(
>     So Alberto et la, let's plan the next event now. I think you've
>     gotten some good feedback  to make it a bit better next time
>     around. Beta 1 is Feb 27th, and final beta is March 27th. I would
>     plan with those dates in mind. Any thoughts on timeline?
>     Nicholas
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