Tom Salmon tom at
Tue Sep 27 13:24:58 UTC 2011

Is the monthly meeting really required? If I recall from the previous meeting's agenda, there were no items of significance.

I would suggest that irc meetings are held as required, or failing that we have discussions using the mailing list on a per event basis. This would help achieve more traffic on the mailing list and it would mean no more late dinners because we have an irc meeting in the evening! :)


On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 05:26:48PM +0100, laura at wrote:
> Aloha folks!
> This place is a bit quiet lately and there are over 100 people on here.  I
> was wondering how best we can kick some life into this mailing list pick a
> toic a week and discuss, or getting people to attend more of the events
> that are being run.
> So Ubuntu-ie are an approved team, that means in order to remain active
> and get the LoCo cds and have some perks we've to show we do things.  Last
> night Mike was the only person bar myself to show up to the meeting.  so
> either the date or time is wrong ?
> We do need more input and that's where you come in.  It's a community, so
> we need to kinda act more and do more, I also appreciate time is precious
> so how can we do things more efficiently.
> The team has organised a party for the next release 11.10 out on October
> 13th and so far not many people have signed up! It's a great excuse to
> meet one another and put the face to the name.  Let's see if we can spread
> the word and get more people there, perhaps letting the computer societies
> know at the colleges?? 
> Laura
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Tom Salmon BEng (Hons)
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