Side effect of making xubuntu-devel a member of xubuntu-team
cjk at teamcharliesangels.com
Sat Mar 22 01:31:46 UTC 2008
On Fri, 2008-03-21 at 22:15 -0300, Cody A.W. Somerville wrote:
> A side effect of making xubuntu-devel a member of xubuntu-team is that
> xubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com is now getting all the xubuntu-team bug
> mail, seed branch change notifications, etc. etc. This can either be a
> good thing or a bad thing.
> If we keep it the way it is:
> 1. People can subscribe to this mailing list for development
> discussion and for bug e-mail (no need to join the xubuntu-team)
> 2. Xubuntu-team could be reserved for individual who are fulfilling a
> leadership role within our community
> 3. Able to easily discuss bug reports and seed changes
> Or we could either remove xubuntu-dev from xubuntu-team or remove the
> contact address (this mailing list) from xubuntu-dev.
> Thoughts, comments, suggestions are welcome.
Here's my 2 cents worth. Not being a good programmer, I joined this list
because I was hoping to help with keeping Xubuntu a good distrobution to
use and keep it user friendly. Part of that is knowing what is a and is
not working. The bug reports are a little bit of a pain, but at least I
know if a user says something is not working, it is supposed to.
I think it's good. I can delete the ones that I don't want.
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