Changes to the LoCo organization. Georgia LoCo Council

Jon Reagan jreagan1990 at
Mon Oct 1 01:46:59 BST 2007


I like your idea of a master plan.  When I first joined the loco, I
submitted such an idea.  Unfortunately, the LoCo was too small to get
much done at that time, and only a few aspects have been implemented
(barely) so far.  In other words, others including myself in the team
are very eager to hear any ideas you have. Since the LoCo is becoming
much more organized as a team, more can be done.


On Sun, 2007-09-30 at 15:04 -0400, Kevin Fishburne wrote:
> That is a good idea. I'm new to the LoCo so don't really know the ins 
> and outs yet, but I think it'd also be a good idea to create a long term 
> game plan of what we'd like to accomplish, then break it down into 
> specific minor goals needed to accomplish the larger ones. We can ask 
> for volunteers to complete the individual tasks and set time 
> frames/deadlines based on our best judgments. The LoCo's basic purpose 
> is to spread awareness and promote Ubuntu as a viable OS, right? If so I 
> think we could make a big difference if we really put our minds and best 
> efforts to it, at least in Georgia.
> Kevin
> John Von Hollen wrote:
> > Hello All,
> >
> > I wanted to send out a email to let you all know that there are

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