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Old 01-23-2012, 07:07 AM
Daniel Holbach
Default Follow-Up: Kubuntu Council + CC meeting

Hello everybody,

I'd like to thank you all again for attending the last Community Council
meeting and summarising the progress of the Kubuntu team there.
Everybody was very pleased with the work you are doing, so keep up the
good work! :-)

Two things we discussed as next steps during the meeting were:

- Getting the Kubuntu Development team some more publicity and
advertising the work that still needs to get done. I volunteered
to help with getting the word out about your activities as part
of one of the next Ubuntu Development Updates. This could either
take the form of an interview with some of you or something we
maybe collectively write up on Etherpad. Screenshots, progress on
specific blueprints, lists to TODO items (such as bugs, etc.) are
very welcome.
- A bit more immediate: Ubuntu Developer Week. If you are interested
in presenting the Kubuntu team at UDW, please ping me RSN as we
want to announce the event soon. We still have a bunch of open
slots: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDeveloperWeek/Timetable

(Please CC me on replies, I'm not on the list.)

Thanks again for all your great work. Let's hope we can get a couple new
contributors this way. :-)

Have a great day,

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