akgraner at gmail.com
Wed Apr 21 17:17:33 BST 2010
On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 6:41 AM, Daniel Holbach
<daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On 11.03.2010 12:11, Daniel Holbach wrote:
>> On 17.02.2010 11:19, Daniel Holbach wrote:
>>> On 17.02.2010 03:40, Nathan Handler wrote:
>>>> I went ahead a few weeks ago and created a page  like this. I
>>>> pulled questions from some of the interview series that have been
>>>> conducted. I also created a tips section to hold some tips for people
>>>> conducting interviews. Amber Graner has already gone ahead and
>>>> contributed some questions/tips to this page. I am sorry for not
>>>> sending a reply mentioning this page, it completely slipped my mind.
>>>>  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Interviews/Questions
>>> That's an awesome start.
>>> How do you suggest we go about running this initiative? Ask future
>>> "Ubuntu Interviewers" to sign up for the ubuntu-news-team list and
>>> discuss future interviews and interviewees there? Maybe keep a list of
>>> planned interviews on the wiki? Shall we go and 'announce the plan' on
>>> blogs or something?
>>> I personally found that I'm much too busy to be running the Behind MOTU
>>> interviews and would be happy for those interviews to live on the Fridge
>>> in some specific category instead.
> Maybe we could also talk to Benjamin Humphrey, who has been running a
> few interviews for OMG Ubuntu.
Hi all - The US Teams has started interviewing approved US LoCo
teams with the 1st interview in the series set to post in May. Since
I was setting up the table and list of those teams, I just set up a
wiki for all LoCo Team interviews and I'll start sending interview
questions to the non-US LoCo teams as well.
I added questions to the Interview questions wiki  above and added
the table/interview check list  on another wiki.
Please add to the wiki or let me know if you have suggestions.
 - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Interviews/Questions
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