Ubuntu Gaming Team

Reinhard Tartler siretart at ubuntu.com
Wed Apr 29 14:17:20 UTC 2009

Philip Wyett <philwyett at gmx.com> writes:

> On Tue, 2009-04-28 at 22:28 +0200, Reinhard Tartler wrote:
>> Philip Wyett <philwyett at gmx.com> writes:
>> > It could. Maybe additions of:
>> >
>> >  - List of participants.
>> https://alioth.debian.org/project/memberlist.php?group_id=30862
>> >  - A collecting of the more useful links to get you started from the
>> >    Debian wiki.
>> >  - Reporting of bugs in Ubuntu and then recommended but voluntary how
>> >    to check Debian bugs and go through that process.
>> Probably.
>> > Whilst musing... I know we have now the team to market and promote which
>> > is this one and we have a void of no devel team visible on the Ubuntu
>> > side any longer. Would it be feasible to maybe setup a games swat team
>> What problem would creating a new team solve that couldn't be done
>> within the Debian Games Team itself? Is using a mailing list ending in
>> @alioth.debian.org instead of @ubuntu.com such an obstacle? why?
> - It would solve having to go to pages hosted on servers with the self
>   signed certificate problem. Launchpad does not have these issues.

what service is using a self-signed certificate here? IME, all debian
services use certificates signed by the SPI CA.

> - I have been subscribed since yesterday and these lists are spam
>   heaven. Launchpad list control is better by my experience. I am very
>   sure I have not won 2 million euro. ;-)

This is pretty much unavoidable if you want to be reachable by users.

> - Ubuntu users want to report and assign bugs to a Ubuntu team on 
>   launchpad and not be sent all over the place. This is not about
>   what we know, but what a user knows and expects, which could be
>   very little about what Debian is to Ubuntu etc.


None of your points answer my question above, btw.

Reinhard Tartler, KeyID 945348A4

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