[Recruiting Group] Raise Awarenesses - Google+ Hangout Session

Jackson Doak noskcaj at ubuntu.com
Wed Sep 18 09:14:42 UTC 2013

I can't attend due to timezones and age. Make sure you try to use
terminal as little as possible, it scares people. Also, could you make
a launchpad team for this?


On Wed, Sep 18, 2013 at 7:08 PM, Ali Linx (amjjawad) <amjjawad at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I know I've been so quiet for the last days but I do have my reasons for
> that. I was feeling sick and bad and was unable to recharge my batteries
> (until now). I was totally without any energy to do anything and when I felt
> a bit better, I got busy with other stuff.
> Anyway, I have never forgotten about our plan so here we go.
> I am planning to have a Google+ Hangout Session, just like the vUDS so those
> of us who stepped in and showed their interested to join and participate
> could possible join this session and I am aware of that some can not make it
> but the idea is not to have a meeting between us, the idea is to show what
> is testing and how it is easy and does not bite.
> Visual Effects play major roles. From own experience, people interact MORE
> with videos and images than words.
> If you agree, decide the time that is suitable for most of you and let me
> know.
> If you think this is bad idea, I will do it myself :) but, I hate to sit and
> speak to myself so at least, I need one :)
> I'm planning to make it as an interview. Q and A. So, if there is someone
> NEW to testing and have no idea what testing is, etc ... that session so
> answer some if not most of his/her Q :)
> What do you think?
> P.S.
> I am willing to do something similar for my team (Ubuntu GNOME) because at
> our monthly meeting, we have decided to bring more contributors to our
> community (not only testers, but everything) so I will use each and every
> possible way to recruit some :)
> --
> Remember: "All of us are smarter than any one of us."
> Best Regards,
> amjjawad
> Areas of Involvement
> My Projects
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