[Ubuntu Chicago] Ubuntu-Chicago project - the Packaging Guide

Micah Gersten micahg at ubuntu.com
Wed Dec 1 03:56:42 GMT 2010


On 11/30/2010 07:59 PM, Jim Campbell wrote:
> Hey All,
>
> On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 6:47 PM, Wally Valters <wally at valters.net
> <mailto:wally at valters.net>> wrote:
>
>     Ill come out and play :)  
>
>     On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 11:07 PM, Richard JOHNSON
>     <nixternal at ubuntu.com <mailto:nixternal at ubuntu.com>> wrote:
>
>         On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 01:57:46PM -0600, Jim Campbell wrote:
>         > Hi All,
>         >
>         > Yesterday we talked about working on an ubuntu project
>         together as a team,
>         > and I wanted to see if people might be interested in working
>         on the
>         > Packaging Guide together.  We've got at least three people
>         on the team who
>         > are really skilled at packaging, and we've got at least
>         three people who are
>         > knowledgeable about DocBook.  At this time, Daniel Holbach
>         and others are
>         > also looking at doing the project in python-sphinx, and that
>         wouldn't be too
>         > difficult to do, either.
>         >
>         > Working on this project would not only leverage the skills
>         of people who
>         > know this stuff really well, but would provide a means for
>         other people to
>         > learn, too.
>         >
>         > What do you think?
>
>         I guess I would be game. Would be cool to have this
>         documentation in HTML
>         and PDF form, with maybe some cool...I don't know, I just lost
>         my train of
>         thought. Get together soon over a coffee and hash out some
>         details maybe?
>
>
> Yeah, getting together to plan this out and work on it would be great.
> If it's not too much trouble for people to get into the city, I know
> of a great coffee shop on the North side that has a medium-sized
> mostly-closed-off room, is open 24 hours, and has great wifi. 
> http://goo.gl/Qs8vM
>
> It is a bit far North, though.  That's the one downside. 
>
> I would be up for meeting at another place - we could even meet at
> someone's house, really.
>
> Would people be up for meeting either this weekend or next?
>
> Jim

Location's fine for me :)  This weekend works better than next if it's
Sat night, otherwise, it doesn't matter.

Micah
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