Project: Community Computers/ Xubuntu Feedback
noskcaj at ubuntu.com
Wed Jun 26 20:35:28 UTC 2013
IRC is far from outdated, and is used by nearly all FOSS projects.
These are the only types of communication we regularly use.
Where i volunteer (cbne.org.au), we sell desktops and laptops for $50 and
we have a constant supply of old hardware coming in.
On Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 6:31 AM, Jeff Hanson <jephhanson at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been on the mailing list for some time, but have had to filter it out
> because there are so many emails, and I'm not looking to actually become a
> developer, just want to provide feedback on decisions.
> Never have used IRC and it's not practical to start using a new (old
> really) technology just to give feedback on one subject matter.
> Are these the only two types of communication that this team uses?
> That's interesting that you guys use Windows. Ours are all mainly in a lab
> environment and we set them up completely for free and Ubuntu makes the
> whole process many times easier.
> On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 3:16 PM, Jackson Doak <noskcaj at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> Email and IRC probably, and with launchpad bugs.
>> I volunteer at a similar place in australia, but we sell windows through
>> the MAR program
>> On Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 5:22 AM, Jeff Hanson <jephhanson at gmail.com>wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I wanted to quickly share our project with you: projectcc.org
>>> There is lots of info on our website, but basically we set up computer
>>> labs for non-profits around the developing world and many in Milwaukee, WI
>>> where we are from.
>>> We're working around our 17th or 18th project at the moment (Here's a
>>> little map/photos: http://www.projectcc.org/?page_id=624) and every
>>> computer we've donated has been running, you guessed it! Xubuntu!
>>> So basically Xubuntu is extremely important for the success of this
>>> project and we wanted to thank everyone. Xubuntu is really great for
>>> getting the most out of old hardware because of its low sys requirements.
>>> I would love to tell everyone more details etc, but my main reason for
>>> writing here, is that we're looking for the best/easiest place to give
>>> feedback on Xubuntu with all of our extreme use cases, directly to the
>>> people who are making it happen. We want to make sure Xubtunu continues to
>>> be what it needs to be, and feel it would be a waste not to share all of
>>> our experiences.
>>> So. Between Email lists, Launchpad groups, Irc channel things?, forums,
>>> where is the best(easiest) place to give our feedback and requests?
>>> Thank you so much again everyone. Appreciate any response.
>>> Jeff Hanson
>>> Director of Operations
>>> Project: Community Computers
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