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    Re: Ubuntu-Women IRC meetings - Schedules

    Hi all,

    Great Meeting on Thursday! For those who could not attend included is
    the link to the agenda, notes and logs.
    http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Meetings/20100121

    It was determined that a vote on the IRC Purpose and Logging would be
    voted upon from January 28th, 2010 through February 4, 2010. The next
    issue was who votes? The Ubuntu Women Team - who makes up the Ubuntu
    Women Team? Since the Ubuntu Women Project Team Members use all or
    some combination of IRC, Mailing List and Forums, and we needed to
    identify who the team members were, it was decided that Launchpad
    would be the list used to identify the team. If you are a member of
    the Ubuntu Women team and are not registered in Launchpad please do so
    before January 26th, 2010. You must join the team before January
    26th, 2010 in order to vote on the IRC Purpose and Logging Options.

    The vote will be a ranking vote. Consisting of the 4 options
    discussed at the meeting. Survey Monkey or Condorcet will be used and
    sent to the email address of the team members in Launchpad. Please
    make sure your email address is up to date.

    It was suggested that for future voting we need to set a minimum
    amount of time a team member must be on the team in order to vote.
    One suggestion was once a month. This would keep people from joining
    the team just to skew the vote. Let's hear your suggestions, please.

    Once the minimum time a member must be on the team is set, then the
    guidelines for team voting/elections will be in place. I will NOT be
    voting. I will vote only if the team is deadlocked. If anyone
    disagrees please let me know.

    Below is a link to a meeting survey - Please take a moment to fill it
    out, as it will decide the next meeting date and time. The survey
    will close on Saturday, January 30, 2010 at 2400 UTC/1900 EST.

    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MJNXV9X

    Remember to spread the word on the International Women's Day -
    Competition! - http://fridge.ubuntu.com/node/1969 All you have to
    do is email how you discovered Ubuntu. Please read the guidelines in
    the Competition Announcement. Also if you know other women (and
    girls) who use Ubuntu encourage them to send in their stories as well.
    (Ubuntu Women Project members ARE eligible)

    Also, if you get a chance please join the Ubuntu Learning and Beginner
    Teams for Ubuntu User Days - January 23rd at 1200 UTC -
    http://fridge.ubuntu.com/node/1968 (sorry for the late reminder on
    this one)

    Thank you so much for an awesome meeting and I look forward to the
    results of the survey and our next meeting. Here is the link to the
    next meeting http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Meeting...ary2010/Agenda
    - If you have ideas, suggestions, etc, that should be on the agenda
    please add it, email me or the list and I'll add it to the agenda.

    Thanks again!
    Amber

    Orginially posted to the Ubuntu Women Mailing List by Amber Graner https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ub...ry/002442.html

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    Re: Ubuntu-Women IRC meetings - Schedules

    The next meeting will be Tuesday, February 16, 2010 at 2100UTC in #ubuntu-women. If you have anything you feel should be added to the agenda please do so at:

    http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Meeting...ary2010/Agenda

    Thanks!
    Elizabeth Krumbach // pleia2 // lyz@ubuntu.com
    http://princessleia.com

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    Re: Ubuntu-Women IRC meetings - Schedules

    Hi all -

    The links for the Agenda [1] , Notes [2], and Logs [3] from the
    February 16, 2010 meeting can be found at the end of this email.

    Here are the highlights from the meeting -

    The Poll Results from the Ubuntu Women IRC Vote was announced at the
    meeting but went to the mailing list [4] a few weeks ago once the poll
    results were in. The result of that poll was:

    Option 3 - Social, Advice Option 3 is having 2 channels one logged and
    one not logged

    * One channel is Ubuntu, technical, and project discussions. The
    other channel is for social discussions.
    * The technical/project channel IS logged.
    * The social channel is NOT logged.

    The unlogged Channel will be ubuntu-women the logged Channel will be
    #ubuntu-women-project (the channel has been registered but that is all
    I have done as of this email).

    The guidelines surrounding #ubuntu-women-project need to be added, and
    we need to review the ones surrounding #ubuntu-women to make sure
    guidelines fit each channel.

    Also if there are no objections, all people listed as OPs in
    #ubuntu-women will be added as OPs in the #ubuntu-women-project
    channel as well. If there is an objection please let me know. I'll
    do my best to get the new channel set up before next week. (I am
    traveling to SCaLE 8x tomorrow and will return on Monday, February 22,
    but will be working on this as time always)

    There are still some items from the UDS blueprint [5] that need to be
    completed - While we haven't completed all the goals for the Lucid
    Cycle yet, we are almost there. If you would like to help with any of
    these topics please respond to the list, to the person who is
    responsible for each item on the Blueprint, or you can email me and
    and we can go ahead and get these items done.

    * [czaklowski] Document the agreed set of guidelines: INPROGRESS
    * [pleia2] Set the channel topic to the guidelines: INPROGRESS
    * [pleia2] Provide a set of factoids that reference the channel
    guidelines: INPROGRESS
    * [jonobacon, akgraner, czajkowski] Communicate guidelines outwards: TODO

    * [akgraner, dholbach] Document governance policy for the channel: TODO
    *Channel guidelines are documented and available
    * Logs are for the logged channel (ubuntu-women-project) will be public.
    * [akgraner] Document channel guidelines: INPROGRESS

    Also, I asked for volunteers to check to make sure that items posted
    to the mailing list get posted to the Ubuntu Forums as well. I will
    do my absolute best to make sure the emails get cross-posted but in
    the event I miss something, I asked team members to make sure it gets
    added. - Many Thanks to those who volunteered.

    We were unable to get to the mentoring items (I'll send out another
    email so discussion can begin on this topic before the next meeting),
    but have moved it to Open Discussion for the next meeting which will
    be on March 2, 2010 at 2100UTC. The next meeting has been added to
    the The Fridge Calendar as well and the new agenda [6] has been posted
    so please feel free to add to the agenda.

    Thanks Everyone!
    Amber

    [1] - http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Meetings/20100216
    [2] - http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Meetings/20100216/Notes
    [3] - http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Meetings/20100216/Log
    [4] - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ub...ry/002463.html
    [5] - https://blueprints.edge.launchpad.ne...-women-project
    [6] - http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Meetings/March2010/Agenda

    --
    Amber Graner//akgraner//
    http://amber.redvoodoo.org/
    http://www.ubuntu-user.com/Online/Bl...-You-in-Ubuntu


    Just me Amber.

    There are lots of Linux users who don't care how the kernel works, but
    only want to use it. That is a tribute to how good Linux is.
    Linus Torvalds

    ORIGINALLY POSTED TO MAILING LIST ON - February 17, 2010 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ub...ry/002516.html

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    Re: Ubuntu-Women IRC meetings - Schedules

    Hey all!

    The next Ubuntu Women Project Team Meeting will be held on Tuesday,
    March 2nd 2010 at 2100 UTC in #ubuntu-women-project.

    The agenda can be found at
    http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Meetings/March2010/Agenda. Add new items
    to be discussed under New Items. If wiki's aren't your favorite
    things to modify you can add suggested agenda items to this thread if
    you prefer.

    Thanks again everyone!
    Amber

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    Amber Graner//akgraner//
    http://amber.redvoodoo.org/
    http://www.ubuntu-user.com/Online/Bl...-You-in-Ubuntu


    Just me Amber.

    There are lots of Linux users who don't care how the kernel works, but
    only want to use it. That is a tribute to how good Linux is.
    Linus Torvalds

    ORGINALLY POSTED ON MAILING LIST ON February 17, 2010 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ub...ry/002521.html

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    Re: Ubuntu-Women IRC meetings - Schedules

    We're doing another poll of the community to determine when the best meeting times are, so I'm tossing the invite here to the forums for anyone who hasn't seen it on the mailing list:

    http://www.doodle.com/pt3c3dwy87rcb53f

    Select your time zone from the drop down and ignore the specific dates listed and just focus on the *day of the week* as far as your availability goes.

    Once meeting times are selected, either fire up your favorite IRC client, or access via web-based access here:

    http://webchat.freenode.net/?channel...-women-project
    Elizabeth Krumbach // pleia2 // lyz@ubuntu.com
    http://princessleia.com

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