[Ubuntu-ni] [Importante] Miembros oficiales de Ubuntu-NI

Leo Gomez leo.telsen en gmail.com
Vie Jun 15 23:10:32 BST 2007


Felicidades a todos los nuevos miembros oficiales de Ubuntu-ni...
¡Bienvenidos a bordo!

2007/6/15, Carlos Ortiz Gutierrez <cortizg en gmail.com>:
>
> Estoy agradecido por la oportunidad que me dan de participar en este
> desafio, estoy a su completa disposición, aqui esta mi CDC Firmado,
>
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> El día 14/06/07, Igor Guerrero <igfgt1 en gmail.com> escribió:
> >
> > Hola lista:
> >
> > Hoy se reunió el CC de Ubuntu-NI con la intención de terminar de
> > organizar el grupo como tal, con el objetivo de crear mas participacion,
> > efectivibidad e inclusión de los miembros de nuestro grupo.
> >
> > Se establecieron pasos importantes para obtener membresía a ubuntu-ni,
> > los cuales tendrán sus beneficios, se aprobó el borrador y en los próximos
> > días sera abierto al publico(osea la lista y la wiki).
> >
> > En esta reunión el CC probicional, eligió lo siguiente:
> >
> > Miembros Oficiales(IRC nick o Nombre):
> >
> > eos87, canche_x, ledanaf, Rafael Marquez, glock, Javier, matux,
> > angeltronix, debian, @lex, antorcha, lafieramarinam, Agustin
> >
> > CC:
> >
> > * Leandro Gómez (team contact/coordinador)
> > * Igor Guerrero Fonseca (Launchpad admin/Proyecto distro)
> > * Jeronimo Martinez Sanchez (IRC admin/Proyecto distro)
> > * José Ernesto Dávila Pantoja (responsable de Marketing)
> > * Marconi Poveda (proyecto Web)
> > * Norman García (proyecto Educacion)
> >
> > Animamos a los miembros oficiales a que se unan a algún proyecto, esta
> > puede ser la mejor manera de llegar a ser parte del CC y tener palabra en
> > las decisiones mas importantes.
> >
> > Las elecciones de los nuevos miembros del CC serán en las reuniones del
> > CC(como es de esperarse) los candidatos pueden adjuntarse a los temas de la
> > reunión que serán anunciadas por la lista de correos. Hay dos maneras de
> > unirse al CC:
> >
> > 1. Por candidatura propia
> > 2. Por decisión del mismo CC(y aprobacion del miembro en cuestion)
> >
> > Nota importante: Todos los miembros oficiales de Ubuntu-NI deben de
> > firmar el código de conducta[1](ser ubunteros) con fecha limite hasta el 1ro
> > de Julio de 2007.
> >
> > Sin mas nada que informar, me despido y felicitaciones de parte del CC a
> > todos los miembros electos.
> >
> > [1] http://www.ubuntu.org.ve/?q=firma
> >
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