[UbuntuWomen] Hello :)
rachel at penhey.net
Wed Nov 5 20:30:41 UTC 2008
I'm in NZ too. Are you North or South? I am in Dunedin. Do you stay up
till the wee hours to catch the classes? I have been watching a few, but in
a very distracted way as I am doing assignments for my study (that and 3
little kids at school mean I am up early)
Have you thought about going along to a local LUG?
2008/11/5 Martha Stoughton <martha.nzdev at gmail.com>
> Hi Ara,
> I've been trying to catch you at ubuntu-testing but so far no luck. When's
> the probable time you are on or who else can I talk to so I can start
> helping with the testing? I'm in nz right now with a lot of time on my
> hands ( a state by the way which is driving me nuts because I'm used to
> being busy ;p ).
> By the way Lucy, thanks for the link. I've been attending some of the
> On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 9:48 PM, Martha Stoughton <martha.nzdev at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Thanks for the warm welcome. I do want to help out with the testing.
>> I'll ping you when I catch you at the irc.
>> On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 8:41 PM, Ara Pulido <ara at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>>> Hello Martha!
>>> Be very welcome to the community!
>>> What kind of areas would you like to be involved?
>>> A nice way to start helping out is with testing Ubuntu (both manually
>>> and automatically). Help in that area is always welcome and it is a nice
>>> way to start learning how Ubuntu works.
>>> Please, ping me anytime on irc (ara) if you want to know more about.
>>> On Thu, 2008-10-30 at 14:32 +1300, Martha Stoughton wrote:
>>> > Hi,
>>> > I'm Martha and I'm new to ubuntu-women. I'm glad that there's a move
>>> > to encourage women to participate in ubuntu development. I'm a
>>> > software engineer with several years of experience and would like to
>>> > learn more about ubuntu and be of help to the community.
>>> > Martha
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