Monthly (non-mandatory) Ubuntu Studio Development Team Meetings

Scott Lavender slavender at
Thu Aug 27 00:06:51 BST 2009

On Wed, 2009-08-26 at 11:20 -0700, Eric Hedekar wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 12:29 AM, Jussi Schultink <jussi01 at>
> wrote:
>         On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 10:25 AM, Eric Hedekar
>         <afterthebeep at> wrote:
>                 Hey everyone,
>                 As originated on IRC from a discussion Jussi and I had
>                 (with input from Luke), I think it would be great for
>                 this team to start monthly team meetings again.
>                 Meetings keep everyone on the same page, get decisions
>                 made faster, and provide a great opportunity for new
>                 developers to sit in and get to know how things are
>                 run.
>                 So here is the proposal (please send any
>                 objections/corrections/suggestions/:
>                 The Ubuntu Studio development team will have
>                 non-mandatory meetings on the second Monday of every
>                 month.  These meetings will (at least to start) switch
>                 between 7am UTC, and 7pm UTC from month-to-month.
>                 This places the next meeting on Monday, Sept 14th at
>                 7am (07:00) UTC/GMT.  The following meeting will be
>                 October 12th at 7pm (19:00) UTC/GMT
>                 These meetings will be held in #ubuntustudio-devel on
>                 IRC. (would #ubuntu-meeting be better?)
>         I Would Suggest #ubuntu-meeting, as it is a bit more public,
>         and its a good thing to to have some transparentcy and
>         seeableness, as well as we havent had so much publicity, it
>         may help with garnering new devs.  Also, dont forget to put it
>         on the fridge. :)
> Yes, I've added it to the fridge.  I also have edited an old wiki page
> where minutes and agendas can be worked on and read by new developers
> it's at 
> -Eric

I think this is bloody brilliant and I warmly look forward to them.

Scott Lavender <slavender at>

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