[ubuntu-studio-devel] First Call for Contributors for the 14.10 cycle of development

helios martinez dominguez helios.martinez.dominguez at gmail.com
Sat May 10 12:05:46 UTC 2014

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Helios Reinaldo Martínez Domínguez

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2014-05-10 12:59 GMT+02:00 Ross Gammon <rossgammon68 at gmail.com>:

> On 05/08/2014 12:20 PM, Kaj Ailomaa wrote:
>> So, who would like to participate in developing Ubuntu Studio 14.10
>> Utopic Unicorn?
>> You don't need to know how to code. All you need is the will to do
>> something - and just to remind everyone, all Ubuntu Studio developers
>> are volunteers.
>> If you're interested, just answer to this mail and present yourself (if
>> we don't already know you), and let us know a little about what you
>> would be interested in helping out with, if you have any interesting
>> skills, etc.
>> Planning is about to begin (I'm currently preparing a structure for it).
>> At the same time, I'd like to see who is willing to do what, and start
>> coupling up people with real tasks.
>> /Kaj Ailomaa - Ubuntu Studio project lead
>>  Hi Kaj,
> I introduced myself to the list only a few months before the Trusty
> Release.
> I am currently maintaining a package for Debian, and will eventually work
> towards becoming a Debian Maintainer once I have more experience. I am also
> happy to do packaging work for Ubuntu. Of course any of this sort of work
> requires a sponsor. Hopefully, I can also help liaise with the Debian
> Multimedia team (I monitor their lists and upload the occasional patch).
> I am typing this on a standard Ubuntu 14.04 installation, and I have
> Ubuntu Studio 14.04 installed on my "music" machine. I am happy to help
> with bug triage & testing patches, but I don't have a lot of hardware to
> test with, so at the moment it is really only the software side of things I
> can work with.
> Unfortunately, my time for this is very constrained. Short tasks, or
> longer ones that I can chip away at (bit by bit) are the best.
> Regards,
> Ross
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