akgraner at gmail.com
Fri Dec 11 13:04:45 UTC 2009
On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 3:52 AM, Valorie Zimmerman
<valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone, I've just joined the list after hearing about it in the
> U-W IRC channel. While I missed the meeting, I read the logs, and I
> have to say that I'm very impressed. Next time, I'll set the alarm on
> my phone a bit more accurately.
> The participants moved ahead where there was agreement, and set aside
> important issues which obviously needed more discussion, in spite of
> pressure to "vote NOW!" (On that issue -- let's not forget to discuss
> the nature of the U-W channel, logging, and/or a "safe" channel.) I've
> lead and participated in a lot of meetings, and really liked how this
> one went.
> I'm not sure Jono Bacon knew what hit him, though. :-)
> Some of you I've met in IRC, either in U-W, or Linuxchix, where I've
> been an active member for a long time - since before I switched from
> Win95 to Mandrake, actually. I'm still not a techie, really, just a
> user who likes hanging out with people a lot smarter and more-clued in
> than I am. Besides U-W and Linuxchix, I've started hanging out in the
> Amarok channels. After the holidays, we're going to go to work on the
> Handbook, which is totally out-of-date. I'm glad Kubuntu and the other
> *buntu project people are welcome here too, since I use Ubuntu with
> KDE on top.
> All the best,
WELCOME!! Welcome and Welcome - already your participation is making a
difference. Thank you so much for jumping in and being part of this
I'm not a techie either - I dubbed myself an NTEU (Non-technical End
User). So there is def a place for everyone in the Ubuntu Community
and UW! You're Awesome!
Thanks again for joining the team and participating in UW!
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