[ubuntu-us-in] [vorian at ubuntu.com: [Ubuntu-US] Now What Do I Do?]
schultmc at cinlug.org
Wed Sep 19 20:25:57 BST 2007
----- Forwarded message from Steve Stalcup <vorian at ubuntu.com> -----
> Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2007 15:02:07 -0400
> From: Steve Stalcup <vorian at ubuntu.com>
> Reply-To: US LoCo Teams <ubuntu-us at lists.ubuntu.com>
> To: US LoCo Teams <ubuntu-us at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Subject: [Ubuntu-US] Now What Do I Do?
> I have noticed several teams have been consistently holding meetings,
> planning and hosting events, and all around good ole fashion Ubuntu
> I think there are several teams that are well on the way (if not
> already ready) to become Approved teams. -from
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoGettingApproved In the LoCo project
> there are two types of LoCo team:
> 1. New Teams - these are teams that are in the process of getting
> started and have not yet been officially approved as an Ubuntu LoCo
> 2. Approved Teams - an approved team is a team that is up and running,
> has each of the required resources in operation and the team is
> working well. When you become an approved team, it will make you
> eligible for certain benefits such as marketing materials, CD's, and
> free hosting provided by Canonical for your teams website (with a
> http://yourstate.ubuntu-us.org domain). An approved team is also
> considered officially by the Ubuntu project.
> What do we need to do to become an Approved team?
> The first thing you want to do is review the following points:
> 1. Resources - you should have a mailing list set up, IRC channel on
> Freenode and have some wiki pages set up on
> 2. Do you have members in your group? Are the mailing list and IRC
> channel resources active?
> 3. Experience - What have you done so far? Have you done any advocacy,
> translations, exhibitions, support or other activities? We recommend
> you have done at least three activities before you apply for approval.
> 4. Roadmap - Do you have an idea of what you want to achieve and which
> projects the group should work on? It is recommended that your teams
> roadmap be part of your team wiki page.
I think we meet at least the first 3. We should work on a roadmap and
then we should be ready to apply for approval.
> If these are all things your team has accomplished, then you might be
> ready for approval.
> Approval is a formalized process, and for time being, is to be handled
> in the following way.
> 1. Create an Approval Application - Your application to become an
> approved team largely rests in the application wiki page - you should
> call it <yourteam>ApprovalApplication and place it in your LoCo team's
> sub-pages. You can see an example application at
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoExampleApplication. This shows you the
> kind of structure that the page should form. Before we look at the
> sections, here are some important tips:
> * Keep to the structure of that page - use the same section headings
> and structure of the LoCoExampleApplication page - this makes it
> easier to read the page for those of us who consider your application
> * Use lots of links and references - this is essential. In the
> Roadmap and Experience sections and elsewhere on the document, you
> should provide web links to websites, blogs, mailing list archives
> and such that confirm the points you make on the application. So,
> as an example, if you have an activity listed in the Experience
> section, provide some web links to show what you did, or where it
> was discussed on the mailing list / IRC channel / forums.
> * Be concise, detailed and clear - we don't want to see thousands of
> words - just list the key points clearly and concisely.
> When you have finished your application, email the link to Jono so he
> can review it. If he feels everything is up to snuff, he'll give you
> the go ahead to put your team on the Community Council Agenda for
> If you have any questions about these steps, please feel free to email
> me, or any of the mentors for guidance. We will be more than happy to
> help you along the way to become an Approved Team!
> Lets make that map GREEN!
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