[Ubuntu-US-CA] LoCo Approval
ehammond at thinksome.com
Sun Sep 13 23:52:35 UTC 2009
I may be able to attend if a weekly exec meeting doesn't last too long.
One thing I'd like to hear about is what organization the California
Team/LoCo has/will have.
I.e., what is the management structure? are there elections? how are
these run and when? how are conflicts resolved? etc.
It doesn't look like the Ubuntu community documentation provides much
guidance with this, but I think it would be nice to have something a bit
more formal than anarchy.
ehammond at thinksome.com
Grant Bowman wrote:
> Neal, Robert and other contributors,
> Thank you very much for all your hard work on the application. It is
> looking very good! Additional feedback on the application and
> pictures would still be helpful. Fresh perspectives shared via email
> or IRC could really help the process along.
> It would be useful to know who will be showing up at the meeting with
> the LoCo Council in #ubuntu-meeting on Tuesday at Noon Pacific time.
> I'll be there. Can other attendees please respond to the list so we
> know you'll be there too?
> Grant Bowman
> On Sat, Sep 12, 2009 at 5:06 AM, Neal Bussett <neal at bussett.com> wrote:
>> Howdy All,
>> As many of you are aware, we're in the process of taking the next big
>> step as a LoCo, applying to become an Approved Team.
>> I am happy to announce that today we submitted our application to the
>> LoCo Council for approval at their next meeting.
>> The meeting is this coming Tuesday, the 15th, at 1900UTC (which is noon
>> localtime). The meeting will be held in #ubuntu-meeting on freenode,
>> and everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend to show them, to quote
>> Joe, how epic we are.
>> Also, while our approval application is mostly done (comments welcome!),
>> we're still looking for more pictures of the various events. If you
>> have some that we don't, please speak up.
>> Our Application:
>> I hope to see many of you this coming Tuesday (at noon).
>> Neal Bussett
>> Ubuntu California
>> : From https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoFAQ:
>> An approved team is a team that is fully up and running, has the
>> required resources set up and has met the approval of the Ubuntu
>> Community Council. As such, you can see approved teams as teams with a
>> proven track record. Non-approved teams are typically teams that are
>> still forming and if they continue to develop into a strong team, they
>> will get approved status too.
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