MOTU school suggestions

Bhavani Shankar right2bshankar at
Thu Aug 9 07:07:13 UTC 2012

Hi Javier,

Thanks for your email. We will try to incorporate some of your ideas in the forthcoming sessions esp on merging packages for beginners and others.

P.S sorry for the delayed response as I am out for a couple of days due to medical emergency.


Sent from my handheld

On 08-Aug-2012, at 4:58 AM, "Javier P.L." <fco.plj at> wrote:

> Hi,
> Sorry my broken English, I'm still trying to improve it
> At first I wanna thanks all the great guys who has been pushing the ubuntu motu school initiative again =), it's really nice to have a space where we could grab and ask some questions in a more open mind fashion specially for new incomers like me.
> I've attended and helped to interpret the first two schedules to spanish in the ubuntu-classroom-tres channel (in part to make it more accessible to local people and in part to help me to understand the basics about the motu related tasks), nice talks bhavani and stefano =)
> The purpose of this email besides let you know how cool you're is to suggest you some ideas for any of the next meetings.
> I think it'd be nice to have a talk about the sync and merge processes, I've always wondered how people do it, some ftfbs talks will be cool too.
> I know I may be abusing of your nice will when asking for this topics, however I've not finished yet ;), I'd really love to learn them by examples, maybe some seasoned developers could grab some related open bugs and fix them in front of my eyes, that would let me start fixing other bugs right away and to make me feel that I'm using the knowledge I've recently learned, I've done some merge requests about typos (after assisting to one of Mr Daniel Holbach talks), I think the same approach could help me (again) for some more advanced topics.
> I hope you consider some of these points, have a nice day
> -- 
> Ubuntu-motu mailing list
> Ubuntu-motu at
> Modify settings or unsubscribe at:

More information about the Ubuntu-motu mailing list