sayamindu at gnome.org
Thu Sep 13 20:40:22 BST 2007
On 9/13/07, Scott James Remnant <scott at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-09-13 at 01:55 +0530, Sayamindu Dasgupta wrote:
> > I'm a new user in this list, so I'm not sure whether the Desktop Team
> > Meetings have been useful in the past or not.
> After IRC discussion with the other desktop team members, I've elected
> to name our weekly meetings as "Desktop Team Development Meetings". The
> purpose of these meetings will be to update fellow team members on the
> development progress of desktop specifications.
> > However, after a casual glance through the links you have mentioned,
> > some of the items that can be handled in the immediate next meeting
> > (apart from the usual tracking and report making) are
> The meetings for the first few weeks will be mostly about gutsy, and its
> release process; since that's the release we're on at the moment and
> we're in a bug-fixing rather than a development stage.
> We won't get into the full swing of things until November, when we begin
> the Hardy development cycle as a team with a new mission.
Sounds sane enough :-).
I'll be there for the meeting.
Suggestion: Assuming that the meeting happens in #ubuntu-desktop, it
should probably be mentioned in the top of the wiki page (where the
next meeting date is prominently announced).
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