Results from the February 25th, 2010 Americas Membership Board Meeting
lyz at ubuntu.com
Fri Feb 26 06:13:51 GMT 2010
The approval results from the February 25th Americas Membership
meeting are as follows:
Dylan is a student from Vancouver, Canada who has been using and
following development of Ubuntu since 2006. He is the maintainer of
the slideshow that runs during Ubuntu's desktop installation process,
simply named "ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu" and also contributes to the
forums, writes patches and submits bugs.
Penelope has been using Ubuntu since 7.04 and is currently involved
with several projects in the community, including: Ubuntu Women,
Ubuntu User Days as an organizer and now member of the Classroom team,
Ubuntu NGO as co-head of the Advocacy team, has worked with Ubuntu UK
and is also involved with research to create an open source device for
people who cannot communicate orally or through sign.
Anthony is a Computer Science student at the University of Wisconsin
and is currently the team lead for Ubuntu Wisconsin where he has
hosted a successful release party, launched a new website and
organized monthly team meetings. He also is involved with bug
reporting, testing and has done some work with application
Robert has been an active member of the California LoCo team since
December 2008, working on many projects and events, including: the
team's approval application, manning booths at both OSCON 2009 and
SCaLE 8x 2010, handling mailing list, IRC channel and launchpad
administration, and also even has time for the occasional forays into
Launchpad Answers and Ubuntu bug triaging.
Brett Canadian web developer and computer science undergrad who began
using Ubuntu with 5.10. In addition to deploying over 60 Ubuntu
installations, he is active on the forums, brainstorm ideas, bug
reports, feature requests, blog posts and blog posts. He is currently
helping the GetDeb.net project with user interface work and doing work
on the Ground Control project.
Pablo is a member of Uruguay's LoCo Community Council where he has
done a considerable amount of work with the team site and wiki,
handling administrative tasks and developing tutorials in Spanish. He
is also a member of the Ubuntu Beginners team, was also instrumental
in the recent Spanish version of Ubuntu User Day, has done
translations and documentation work.
A big welcome from the Americas Board to all of these great new members!
Elizabeth Krumbach // Lyz // pleia2
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