[ubuntu-us-mi] Approval Date Set!
greg.grossmeier at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 14:14:24 GMT 2007
You're basically right. This approval means we are an "official loco
team" in the eyes of Canonical.
The tangible thing that changes with approved status is we can get
larger orders of CDs and also other goodies from Canonical (like a big
banner for a booth).
Intangibly we get more "cred." By that I mean if we need to work with
any organizations we can tell them that we are an officially
recognized team etc which might help reassure them of our
Hope that helps,
On Nov 28, 2007 7:55 AM, Wolfger <wolfger at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 28, 2007 6:39 AM, Matt Arnold <matt.mattarn at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I've read the approval application, but what is this an approval for?
> > Is it an approval for the group to exist?
> Good question! As I understand it (and I may well be off-base), this
> is like a certification that we meet the Ubuntu LoCo standards. It is
> our transition from "unofficial LoCo" to "official LoCo". Aside from
> that, I'm not exactly sure. If we get approval, does anything change?
> If we fail to get approval, does that really change anything either?
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