[ubuntu-us] updating the US Teams IRC information
Belinda A. Lopez
dinda at mac.com
Fri Mar 14 01:02:53 GMT 2008
Correct Brandon. The city teams were established before Canonical
decided to go with state-only level approval. In the case of the
Houston Team, they pretty much decided they didn't need official
approval and continue to meet and grow monthly. I tried explaining
the "umbrella" Texas team but it hasn't taken off with the city
teams. There is now a group in West Texas and a couple of other
areas that are forming for more local support. Shawn S made the
owner for the Launchpad team a few weeks ago so I can approve folks
interested in joining up there but really it's not active. Imho - I
think folks are not interested in a Texas state level team (as of
yet) just to get official approval. They are getting what they need
from their city/area teams. If the idea is for local teams to do
local support then city teams make sense. The state is just too large
for folks to feel connected at the state level. The umbrella idea
might work when more areas become organized but it is really just
adding another layer of admin work.
If someone wants to step up and take the Texas Team by the horns (so
to speak) I have no problems supporting them. I've only be a contact/
leader by default until someone else claims the role.
On Mar 13, 2008, at 6:38 PM, Brandon Perry wrote:
> In Texas, we have #ubuntu-dallas and #ubuntu-houston, as well as a
> general #ubuntu-us-tx (just idlers, no one ever talks). We haven't
> decided on a contact for Texas, though from what I understand, Belinda
> has been the "unofficial contact" for a while now. I don't think we
> really given it much thought.
> On Thu, 2008-03-13 at 17:13 -0600, Christer Edwards wrote:
>> This afternoon I was perusing the ubuntu.com website and found
>> that it
>> linked to the community Wiki concerning IRC support. What I found
>> was a
>> fairly disorganized Wiki page with quite a bit of outdated
>> I took the liberty of updating what I could, but I could use a bit of
>> help concerning the following teams:
>> IRC contact for california
>> #ubuntu-houston is listed. Should this be updated to #ubuntu-us-tx?
>> Redirects required, of course.
>> #ubuntu-us-tx is listed, needs a contact. Has there ever been any
>> decision on the organization for TX?
>> #ubuntu-texas-west is listed. See above.
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