Dedicated to the drivers/leaders of Ubuntu GNOME sub-teams
amjjawad at gnome.org
Tue Aug 4 01:58:38 UTC 2015
Hi Tim and everyone else,
On Mon, Aug 3, 2015 at 12:21 PM, Tim <darkxst at fastmail.fm> wrote:
> This all seems a little lacking of purpose (or direction), Im guessing
> your coming at it from a planning perspective, but that is not even
> mentioned in the email!
I am really sorry, I didn't mention the obvious but guess that wasn't very
obvious and I should have mentioned it already to be extra clear. Sorry
The aim or purpose behind the email I sent (the one you replied), is kind
of preparation and brain provoking  so everyone starts to get ready for
the next step which was:
But again, guess that wasn't very clear.
> I am going to suggest that each team leader sends a quick status report
> to this list to kick off the discussions. Including some or all of the
> following (or anything else they feel relevant)
> - Whats been done so far this cycle?
> - What are the plans for the rest of the cycle?
> - Where is help needed
> - Are there possible items, that might need to be deferred to 16.04
Yesterday, your mind was very much connected to mine :D
So, thanks for saving my time and suggesting this ;)
I am not yet done. I will send 1-3 more emails as per of my vision and
planning of this cycle. I sent one already:
Will start working on the rest ;)
Thank you, great suggestion and I see Alfredo, despite he was so tired, he
sent his so thanks for that :)
What about you, Tim? :P
You're no exception hehe
> On 03/08/15 12:04, Ali/amjjawad wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > This is an invite to an open week of discussion. I am not very happy
> with the current direction/status of the community and sub-teams (my area
> > as a community lead). Therefore, I'd ask:
> > * Leaders of Ubuntu GNOME sub-teams
> > * Acting team leaders
> > * The active contributors of the sub-teams
> > * And, whoever is interested to join (we have no secrets to hide)
> > Let's be available on IRC whenever you can. Simply, ping me with an
> email and I'll login to IRC if I am not logged in already.
> > Times where I can _*not*_ be online:
> > * 12:00 AM - 6:00 AM +10 GMT -
> > * 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM +10 GMT -
> > * 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM +10 GMT -
> > Again, this is an open week of discussion. It means, no specific time
> nor date. Started already from today, until Friday 7th of August, 2015.
> > /*Sorry, I will not do anything during the _weekends_ any more unless it
> is a super critical and urgent matter.*/
> > It is the best way to make sure I will catch up with each and everyone
> :) I am no longer interested to waste time over endless mailing list
> > discussion just to find a good time for everyone, that will never happen.
> > Those who will fail to show up this week, without a very valid reason,
> I'd ask them to step down until they're 100% able to be back to action
> > again. If you see this now and you know you can't make it for a very
> good and valid reason, please do reply me only and let me know from now,
> > please! if you will not reply nor show up, it means you're already away
> from Ubuntu GNOME without letting us/me know:
> > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuGNOME/GettingInvolved/WhoWeAre/Vacation
> > Which means, you need to step back, finish whatever is more urgent (I do
> understand, no worries) and give the chance to others who would love
> > to help!
> > Yes, I managed to stay away from ALL my project for 48 hours and I
> managed to heal myself and recharge my empty drained dying batteries.
> > It is time now to take this community to an entire new level that
> hopefully will be a milestone to be proud of ;) Let's see!
> > Thank you!
> > --
> > Remember: "All of us are smarter than any one of us."
> > Best Regards,
> > Ali/amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad>
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