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John Kim johnkim.ubuntu at gmail.com
Sat Sep 28 01:04:54 UTC 2013

Hi Braden, 

Glad to have you around! For now, I also recommend you stick with the QA community. 

Otherwise, if you really want to centralize the bug reports in a different, it doesn't hurt to try. But be aware we already have dedicated groups on this, like the Bug squad. Also, lp is the primary bug tracker in all things Ubuntu. 

Alan Pope <alan.pope at canonical.com> wrote:
>HI Braden,
>On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 8:07 PM, Braden Wolfe <brad3nw0lf3 at gmail.com>
>> Noticed that both teams are inactive (Or at least from what I can
>see), so I
>> set up a new LP.
>The Ubuntu Quality team is not inactive. It's very active and by
>joining this very list you're best placed to talk to the very people
>who are in that team.
>I'd hold off creating more teams and sites for now, and read up a bit
>on the existing team and get stuck in. Join us in #ubuntu-quality on
>freenode irc.
>Alan Pope
>Engineering Manager
>Canonical - Product Strategy
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