[ubuntu-us] New Interview Series for LoCo Teams

indigo196 at rochester.rr.com indigo196 at rochester.rr.com
Thu Jan 14 12:44:09 GMT 2010


If you decide to do NY please include Brian (hal14450), Jeremy (ausimage) and myself as interviewees (perhaps we can arrange an IRC meeting with all three of us). I am certain the NY team would be willing to give an interview -- that would inspire. NY State has some fantastic things coming up... I will email you again when a few more of them are confirmed.

February = Special guest (big name in FOSS) coming to Rochester (unconfirmed)

Overall its a fantastic idea!


---- Amber Graner <akgraner at gmail.com> wrote: 
> Hey all!
> In the meeting tonight, January 13, 2009, the topic of interviewing
> the *approved* LoCo teams and feature once a month on the US Teams
> website http://ubuntu-us.org/ .
> Here are some question Ideas
> Interviewee(s) - Leaders/contact
> Where is your team located and what are some fun facts about your state?
> When was your Team established? Website? Mailing List? IRC channel? Forum?
> Since this interview is with approved LoCo teams.  Can you let people
> know some of the things the team did on the way approval? (also a link
> to the roadmap and approval wiki)
> What are some of the biggest Challenge the team faced during this
> process, how did the team overcome it?
> Did the team have a mentor and if so were they instrumental to
> motivating and helping the team?
> How is your team structured? (Link to this structure)
> Does your team have an "elevator pitch" for your team. If so what is it?
> What suggestions do you have for unapproved teams looking to improve
> their roadmap and have an effective team.
> That's all I got for now.  Please feel free to add some more.
> Thanks,
> :-) Amber
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