weekly newsletter [slightly off-topic]
robin.shannon at gmail.com
Mon Jun 13 06:38:58 UTC 2005
Hey, i (and i think 99% of the forum lurkers) hadn't heard of the
fridge before now, but it's a great idea. Some people in the forum got
together to set up www.spreadubuntu.org (still in early stages). Some
of the ideas about it discussed on the forum seem similar to the
fridge, so people involved in both should take a look at the other.
paz y amor,
2005/6/13, Daniel Robitaille <robitaille at gmail.com>:
> Michael Beattie wrote:
> > I am interested in starting/working on a weekly newsletter type of
> > thing. It can be a distilled down and nicely presented summary of
> > what is going on in the community, what meetings are coming up, new
> > members, maybe a "featured project" or something. I would work with
> > the leaders of the different teams to get something together each week
> > and mail out.
> > I see the target audience being people that dont want to read all the
> > mailing lists but would like to see what kind of things are going on
> > with the project. I got the idea from the Gentoo Weekly newsletter so
> > I guess it would be something like that.
> > Is something like this being worked on? I haven't seen it. And is
> > there anyone that would like to help? Does anyone think this is a bad
> > idea for any reason?
> you should talk to Mako. Until February he was doing weekly Ubuntu Traffic,
> but it seems it was a bit too much work for him since they started appearing
> later and later until they stopped in February.
> It was a great weekly thing and I'm sure if a bunch of people would get
> together to spread out the work load, it could be revived for the benefit of
> You should also look at The Fridge proposal
> (http://udu.wiki.ubuntu.com/TheFridge). The plan is too have that web site
> running hopefully by the fall and Brezzy's release. That would be the
> natural location for summaries of what's going on in the Ubuntu community.
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