[uds-announce] What sessions should an IT-Manager (and non-developer) attend at the UDS?

Nick Barcet nick.barcet at canonical.com
Thu Oct 25 09:18:21 UTC 2012

I am sure we can arrange so that a proper session is organized for IT
Managers to meet.  I'll check right away if this can happen Monday

As a product manager working for Canonical, I can affirm that canonical
always welcome user opinions, questions and suggestions during the
summit sessions.  Anyone should feel free to join and provide real life
feedback at any time.  This is one of the purpose of this open summit.

Looking forward to meeting you next week.


On 10/25/2012 10:47 AM, Michael G. Vlachos wrote:
> I'm in, lets meet.
> On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 9:20 AM, ballock <boleslaw.tokarski at tieto.com
> <mailto:boleslaw.tokarski at tieto.com>> wrote:
>     Hello,
>     I seem to be in a similar situation here - we deployed Ubuntu to our
>     company machines and we are actively managing it.
>     I believe we can share experiences, perhaps we can meet at the hotel
>     breakfast on Monday morning or during the first common session?
>     Regarding the sessions I would recommend you most of the Community
>     tracks and sessions that cover the topics you want to give feedback on.
>     I will be in a team of 4, 2 of which are IT managers, but I do not
>     think they speak German.
>     Let's try to get in touch during the UDS.
>     Cheers,
>     Ballock
>     On 10/24/2012 04:33 PM, michael.zaugg at oas.uzh.ch
>     <mailto:michael.zaugg at oas.uzh.ch> wrote:
>         I'm an IT-Manager of a small institute at the University of
>         Zurich. In the past few years I have continually migrated our
>         machines to Ubuntu (current around 40).
>         I was invited to attend the Enterprise Summit and suggested to
>         join some UDS sessions.
>         As I'm not a developer myself I'm a bit uncertain which sessions
>         I should join.
>         * Am I of any help for developers if I'm not a developer myself?
>         * Is there a chance to give feedback on
>            - how Ubuntu is used in the wild,
>            - what our personell wish about the future development of
>         Ubuntu and
>            - how Ubuntu should be improved to meet an admins needs?
>         I will be at the UDS from Mon, 29., around 15:00 until Fr. 2.
>         Nov, 12:00.
>         I think about attending Launchpad Workshop, Accomplishments
>         Workshop, New Starter Induction, Design Theatre.
>         Do you have any other suggestions which sessions I should join?
>         And: Are there any other (German speaking) IT-Managers of small
>         enterprises attending the UDS which would like to exchange
>         experiences?
>         A lot of questions ;-)
>         I hope you can help me out with some answers.
>         Regards,
>         Michael
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