Dedicated to the drivers/leaders of Ubuntu GNOME sub-teams

Ali/amjjawad amjjawad at
Tue Aug 4 02:43:41 UTC 2015

Hi Alfredo,

Thanks for your reply :)

On Mon, Aug 3, 2015 at 8:29 PM, Alfredo Hernández <
aldomann.designs at> wrote:

> I also prefer to send a quick report.
Seems the best way so far.

> I've been surprisingly free these past days, but I'm working full-time
> this week helping my father to build his new house, so I won't be available
> at a reasonable time in Australia (I'm UTC - 4 or so right now, and I don't
> want you to stay awake late, Ali).
That's 11 hours between us. Don't worry, I am no longer staying awake for
anything no matter what :D

> Right now I'm leaving to buy some construction materials and I won't be
> home till evening probably. I'll write the report when I get home, unless I
> return home to hear something different from this list.

I got your email/report, thank you for that :)
I will share my notes/opinion later ;)

What I am looking for is more than just a report. As per:

Your report will fall under "Internal Feedback" category.
Based on that, we shall come up with a plan for 15.10 cycle.

So, once we have the report/feedback which you sent, we need to set the
plan. I will share my ideas about how to do that, hopefully today (my time).

> Cheers,
> Alfredo

Thank you!

> On 2 Aug 2015 11:56 pm, "Erick Brunzell" <lbsolost at> wrote:
>> Hi Tim and everyone,
>> On 08/02/2015 09:21 PM, Tim 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 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
>> Also much nicer for me since I can't use IRC chat. I don't need (or
>> intend) to be involved in each and every discussion but as a fairly
>> dedicated tester I do like being kept in the loop.
>> Lance
>>> 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:
>>>> 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 <>
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