[ubuntu-studio-devel] hello

Len Ovens len at ovenwerks.net
Fri Jun 15 15:54:40 UTC 2018

On Fri, 15 Jun 2018, Jonathan Aquilina wrote:

> irc nick on freenode is eagles0513875 now this summer i have a bit of an
> issue on the 30th of june im getting married and then july im mostly
> away on honeymoon and wont be back towards the end of july then away for
> a few days in august.

No worry about that. Congratulations instead! This is not a full time gig 
(and certainly not paying) so show up when you can, but take care of 
family first. The things I love most about my wife... are also the things 
I like the least... so it is easy to remind myself when I am upset with 
something she does that this is probably something I liked too... it's a 
whole package.

> So right now meetings are a bit hard for me to be fair. Next saturday i
> will try and attend.
> Are you on irc now?

yes, am I watching it? no, I am writing email  ;) The best way to think 
about irc is to write whatever you have to say and leave irc running, 
so long as whoever you are talking to has their irc online, they will 
write back when they happen to glance at their irc screen which may be in 
minutes or hours or days. They will answer when they can. If you happen to 
be watching when they writew you will have some back and forth time. If 
you can't leave your irc on line, the ubuntustudio-devel irc is logged. So 
you can see activity when you are not connected:
is yesterday's log... you start at https://irclogs.ubuntu.com/
choose your year (latest looks good but leaves you with just today log 
which may be blank) then choose the month 
( https://irclogs.ubuntu.com/2018/06/ for this month). Then you have a 
list of days. You probably would want to look at yesterdays date first (or 
further back if you haven't been on for a while and really want to know 
where things have been). Be aware that the logs are only updated once an 

This is also a good way to see meetings you have missed. There is nothing 
you have to do real time... but for some things realtime helps.

Len Ovens

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