Thanks for the fish
albinard at gmail.com
Mon Apr 22 22:47:21 UTC 2019
All of us who follow, use, and try to help with Xubuntu owe you big
thanks for your enduring work!
On 4/22/19, José Jorge <josejorge at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for all of your hard work!
> On Mon, Apr 22, 2019 at 7:23 AM flocculant <flocculant at gmx.co.uk> wrote:
>> As of today - I'll be saying cheerio to you all.
>> I've been about for a while - since sometime before September 2012 -
>> which is when I joined the Official Xubuntu Team.
>> Since then I've tried to keep QA going for us - with not much traction,
>> we currently have many less people testing (or at least testing and
>> letting us know via the trackers), and in May 2018 was voted onto the
>> Xubuntu Council.
>> I've now come to the end of the road - I have other things going on
>> which make the time available to me for Xubuntu to be drastically
>> The team will need in the near future someone to run the QA for us - and
>> you don't have to be some whizz kid - you don't have to be able to code
>> A proactive QA system needs to be in place for Xubuntu to be an Official
>> Flavour - it's part of the deal we have with Canonical/Ubuntu.
>> Of course - we also need a procactive QA system to keep Xubuntu going as
>> the best flavour.
>> Someone else out there needs to take up those reins now.
>> Talk to people on the dev mailing list - and of course on IRC.
>> Once you've made yourself known - I will be hanging about on IRC still -
>> and will happily help you. Of course I would also help you via e-mail as
>> Many kind regards to all of the members of the Xubuntu Team and to all
>> of you.
>> It's been a blast - mostly
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