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Mon Nov 7 20:24:47 UTC 2011
Suggestion: tool to aid in scheduling meetings. http://www.doodle.com
Some of the LibreOffice teams use Doodle to poll their team members to
decide on meeting dates and times. It looks pretty handy and seemed to
work well for them. Check out the
at the following link.
On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 06:50, Jon Reagan <jreagan90 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey everyone!
> As mentioned in the IRC meeting held yesterday, a meeting needs to be
> scheduled regarding workflows, a method of allowing users to select
> which packages are installed by their personal needs at first install.
> See this wiki page for the existing info on workflows:
> While packages in the alternate CD could be installed by groups
> (audio, graphics, etc.), with workflows we are looking at increasing
> user choice and package completeness by dividing up the applications
> into tasks, such as podcasting, songwriting, etc. It should be noted
> that we are attempting to be conservative in the number of workflows
> that we produce, especially for the first release. As such, we will
> be focusing solely on the tasks we want to include with Ubuntu Studio
> 12.04. At this point, we will be focusing only on defining which
> tasks to focus on, not all the necessary applications that will go
> into the individual workflows.
> CJ Watson has been contacted about workflows and is expecting a
> decision on which tasks we will be including in Ubuntu Studio for
> 12.04, so we will need to reach a decision by next weekend. This is
> an important step, as the next release will be a LTS, this time
> supported for five years. We will need to schedule a meeting to
> discuss the workflows and make a decision soon. What time during this
> week would work for everyone to hold a meeting to discuss this?
> All the best,
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