I really want to be get involved in further development of Xubuntu
pasi at shimmerproject.org
Sun Jun 23 14:10:40 UTC 2019
I'm sorry for no further replies. Since the Xubuntu team – myself
included – is volunteers only, other life (like summer) sometimes gets
in the way. I've sent this reply to the development mailing list, where
other people can assist you too; please keep the list as a recipient in
Most of our marketing-related material lives in Launchpad in a Bazaar
The flyer is in the need of an update; if not visual, at least some
content could be refreshed. Would this be something you would be
interested to work on?
As for "proper roles", Xubuntu works like a meritocracy; once you have
committed enough meaningful (and sustained) contributions, you can
become a member of a subteam, then the Xubuntu team. After joining the
Xubuntu team you can become a team lead. This process is described in
more detail in the Xubuntu Strategy Document, under the section
"Community" (look for the heading "Xubuntu Team") .
On 21.6.2019 23.28, Mohammed Faizan wrote:
> I have not heard from your side. As a reminder , please let me know
> ,procedure for contributing my efforts for xubuntu.
> On Wed, Apr 17, 2019 at 4:36 PM Mohammed Faizan
> <mohd.faizan73 at gmail.com <mailto:mohd.faizan73 at gmail.com>> wrote:
> I have some development skill in c++. But I prefer to marketing
> stuff. Also i want proper role assign to me and get the proper kit
> from your side ..
> On Wed, Apr 17, 2019 at 3:57 PM Pasi Lallinaho
> <pasi at shimmerproject.org <mailto:pasi at shimmerproject.org>> wrote:
> Hello Mohammed,
> glad to hear you like Xubuntu!
> What kind of contributions have you been thinking? We have
> loads of different tasks to be done that require all kinds of
> skills. Some of the tasks do not even require any prior
> knowledge or skills.
> You can read about some of the areas you can contribute from
> out Get Involved page:
> Finally, if you are familiar with IRC, #xubuntu-devel on
> Freenode is a great place to get to know other contributors.
> You can also follow the everyday developer discussion there.
> Feel free to ask more questions if in doubt; we will happily
> answer. (I recommend you subscribe to this list first though,
> so your messages do not have to go through manual moderation.)
> On 12.4.2019 9.01, Mohammed Faizan wrote:
>> After trying a lot of distros of ubuntu. I find Xubuntu
>> reliable in terms of performance in low-end PCs too. In fact,
>> I like so much that I want to become part of it too.
>> Thanking You
>> Let me know the guideline of the same.
>> Mohammed Faizan
> Pasi Lallinaho (knome) ›https://open.knome.fi/
> Xubuntu Website Lead ›https://xubuntu.org/
> Xfce contributor ›https://xfce.org/
> Shimmer Project co-founder ›https://shimmerproject.org/
Pasi Lallinaho (knome) › https://open.knome.fi/
Xubuntu Website Lead › https://xubuntu.org/
Xfce contributor › https://xfce.org/
Shimmer Project co-founder › https://shimmerproject.org/
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