[ubuntu-web] planning the first team meeting

Brett Alton brett.jr.alton at gmail.com
Thu Jul 17 18:54:21 BST 2008


Can we do name calling/introductions in case our handles aren't
analogous to our real name? That way you can better match our
introductions with our IRC handle.

On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 12:49 PM, Matthew Nuzum
<matthew.nuzum at canonical.com> wrote:
> OK, it's time to have our first IRC meeting. The goals of the meeting
> will be to:
>  * Assign drivers (people in charge of) our current tasks, especially
> the start page and feature tour
>  * Discuss what needs to be done for each task and when we need to
> reach our milestones
>  * Questions and Answers
> Therefore you should come to the meeting and be prepared to nominate
> yourself as a driver for the project you want to participate in. Since
> many of the tasks have several sub-tasks, we can have multiple
> drivers, each responsible for a portion. Some people may want to
> participate but not be a driver, i.e. code review, testing, minor
> contributes... that's fine.
> The meeting will be on IRC in our chat room, #ubuntu-website. We have
> a log bot and logs of the meeting will be available to everyone.
> Volans has done a detailed analysis of the time zone for everyone who
> announced themselves on the list and deduced that the two most likely
> times to get good attendance are:
>    2000 UTC/2100 London which is 0600 in Brisbane (Australia) and 0130 India
> or
>    1500 UTC/1600 London which is 0700 in Alaska (USA) and 11am Eastern US
> We also need to pick a date. The two choices are:
>    Tuesday, July 22nd UTC
> or
>     Friday, July 25th UTC
> So there are four potential options:
> 2000 UTC Tuesday
> 2000 UTC Friday
> 1500 UTC Tuesday
> 1500 UTC Friday
> To find out the best time, please place your vote on the wiki at:
>    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Website/Meetings
> You can give each time a rating from 0 - 3 (3 means your preferred
> time, 0 means you can't attend) and we'll try to choose the best
> meeting time. Choose by 1200 UTC/1300 London time on Monday, July 21st
> and I'll announce the official time shortly afterwards.
> If you'd like to pose amendments to the agenda please do so on the
> same page. I'm willing to accept changes right up until the meeting
> but am targeting a meeting time of under 1 hour (ideally 40m).
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Brett Alton
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