[ubuntu-us] ubuntu-us.org website

Elizabeth Krumbach lyz at ubuntu.com
Tue Mar 3 01:28:53 GMT 2009

On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 7:37 PM, Nick Ali <nali at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Don't know why where the ball got dropped, but I created a ticket:
> https://rt.ubuntu.com//Ticket/Display.html?id=5191. If nothing happens
> in a couple of days, I'll start harassing people.

Thanks! I've been working with jpds some, but it seems my ticket
didn't get very far. I could waited a few weeks to see if I ever got a
reply (it's only been a few days so far) but I figured I'd see how
folks on the list were feeling about getting our resources back on
track, since we do have other options.

> I have no problem with (2), but it really should be the last choice
> and only if we have people who want to do build something that we
> can't do with the Canonical-hosting. We've had ubuntu-us for a while,
> and besides the nice map, we haven't done much with it. Doing it on
> our own just for the sake of it isn't a good reason.

For some background to this whole issue...

Nothing, not even basic updates, has been done because no one has had
access for many months (almost a year). When I brought the issue up
last several months ago with the sysadmins, I was pointed to Christer,
Christer lost access a while back and hasn't been able to regain it
because he hasn't had the time to follow up. Without his help I seemed
to have no recourse.

Now that we're formally getting things together and we actually have a
launchpad team showing the project admins (so, hopefully a reason for
the sysadmins to give us access), it's finally time to get these
things under control. The website is the last of the resources to be

Elizabeth Krumbach // Lyz // pleia2

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