Ubuntu Bug Week Announcement

Thomas Ward teward at trekweb.org
Sun Feb 16 14:37:28 UTC 2014

> On Feb 16, 2014, at 9:27, Elfy <ub.untu at btinternet.com> wrote:
>> On 02/16/2014 01:28 PM, Alberto Salvia Novella wrote:
>> About CCing a dozen mailing lists: yes, just forget to remove them from discussion.
>> About the use of emojii: the emojii I use is Unicode, so they're also correctly represented in plain text (this is why I choose to do this way). In which email reader you're unable to see them?
> Thunderbird.
> Regardless of which - a mailing list isn't really the place for them.

Agreed with Elfy.  Mailing lists aren't the place for emoji.
>> About the use of complex formatting: I have review my messages in plain text, and I don't see them being less legible because using listing or bold typefaces.
I'd suggest that if you review your messages in plain text that you make sure your emails are being *sent* as plain text as well.  The alternative is to just not use whatever you're using to apply emphasis to things.
>> About doing the event so unilaterally: It can be said I did it too fast but, because I told it a week in advance in the proper mailing list and discussed it in IRC, it is not unilaterally organized.
Not all of us IRC, Alberto.  That's why many may think this is unilaterally organized.  It's probably better to use just the mailing list for discussing organization of these events, or to link the relevant logs of discussion here, if the channels you used to discuss this are logged publicly.
> Elfy
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