[ubuntu-us-ma] Approval and Leadership

Paul Tagliamonte paultag at ubuntu.com
Fri Jul 23 02:51:26 BST 2010

On Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 8:30 PM, Martin Owens <doctormo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> A followup from my last email about the status of the Massachusetts
> team.
> A few people were upset about my honesty with the loco council with
> regards to the activities of the LoCo team and felt that I was trying to
> destroy everything by getting us disapproved.
> This was not the case, I still hope to attend PiCon5 and LinuxCon and
> other Ubuntu Hours organised by David Wolfman. They're a lot of fun. I
> see no reason to stop the activity we have because of this minor set
> back.
> But I recognise that my time has been too divided between communities
> and projects and it's time for me to step down as official contact and
> leader of the team in the hope that someone with more time to dedicate
> to the task can be elected.
> There will be a discussion and vote on August 5th via IRC on channel
> #ubuntu-us-ma at 7:30pm. If you consider yourself a member of the Ubuntu
> community then you should attend and of course if you want to take the
> leadership role, you should put your name forward at the meeting.
> Thank you all for your hard work over the past 3 years, it's been a
> blast and some of the events we've done have been amazingly popular.
> Special thanks goes out to Steve Pomroy for helping out so much in the
> early days, Mike Rushton for being the technical rock of the team, DPic,
> guinea-pig, Jonathon, Bill and jrib for helping run events and attend
> events and help out so consistently. I hope we can continue to make cool
> stuff happen.
> Regards, Martin Owens
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Thank you for your hard work and devotion to making the MA LoCo a success.

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