A word or few about near future
cjk at teamcharliesangels.com
Mon Oct 31 00:57:12 UTC 2011
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On Sat, 29 Oct 2011 02:23:41 +0300
Pasi Lallinaho <pasi at shimmerproject.org> wrote:
> Thanks again everybody for choosing me as the new Xubuntu Project Lead.
> I will be taking a break from FOSS sometime soon, and unless you want to
> meet each other just for fun or to work with ongoing business, I will
> not be keeping community meetings until I've come back from my short
> break. This will mean the next meetings are on the week after UDS.
> If you have thought of keeping a break from FOSS too, beginning of the
> cycle is a good time. Enjoy your time off! (Sorry Lionel, this doesn't
> apply to you... ;))
> I'm proposing to add Simon Steinbeiß  in our Artwork team, as well as
> the Xubuntu Team. The rationale behind this is continued contribution to
> Xubuntu, via desktop themes and many many more things. If somebody has
> anything to say about this, please do it before Friday, 4th of November.
> Unless nobody wants to discuss this further, Simon will be added to the
> team. Otherwise, it will be discussed and voted on the next community
> We are getting closer to the publishing of the new website . Once
> it's out, I'd like to publish a MINIMUM of one article per month in the
> blog. Subjects should be everything about Xubuntu, from quick lists of
> reviews about Xubuntu in the last month to development, artwork, ISO
> testing, community... Anything that relates to Xubuntu, at least
> somehow. Please feel free to tell about ideas for articles, and feel
> free, but not obligated, to start writing drafts.
> While it is very recommended, it is not a "hard requirement" to be a
> Ubuntu member to be able to get your article on the blog. We will sort
> out on how to proceed with this, but since we've done it before , I
> don't think there is any real obstacles.
> Thanks, let's keep in touch via email and IRC.
> Your new Project Lead,
> Pasi Lallinaho
> [1a] https://launchpad.net/~simon-steinbeiss
> [1b] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SimonSteinbeiss
>  http://wp.xubuntu.org/
>  http://xubuntu.org/news/natty-artwork
There seems to be many recommendations for how to reword, but I don't
see mention of the actual testing hardware used. Please look at
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/Testing/Testers for a list of our
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