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Re: A New Team Leader for Lubuntu QA
I could ask for testers in the german Ubuntu forums, if Lubuntu is too low on manpower for Trusty Tahr and the future.
Am 05.11.2013 um 20:13 schrieb "Ali Linx (amjjawad)" <amjjawad@xxxxxxxxx>:
> First of all, I can tell your first impression the moment you saw the sender and the subject of this email :)
> The answer to your Q is: NO ... I am NOT planning to step in as a Team Leader for this area. I have tons of other roles and tons of other tasks so my hands are tight but being the Head of the Brainstorming Team and a faithful member of Lubuntu Family for two years who can't ever be late when Lubuntu needs help, I find it, and I am sure some if not all of you agree, that this team, needs a New Team Leader, specially after Phill has left/resigned.
> I have started this Blueprint previously: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/lubuntu-brainstorming/+spec/lubuntu-qa-sub-team
> I believe if we want a successful release, in every aspect, the role of Release Manager/QA Team Leader must be handled by someone who is:
> Available to help
> Can handle this team
> Don't underestimate this role. This is the MOST stressful role ever and you can ask Phill if you don't believe my words.
> However, I am not pushing you away, I am sure there are people who can step in and help!
> The New Team Leader needs NOT only to handle Testing/Bugs and stuff like that. He needs to:
> Organize a Team - VERY important
> Motivate a Team
> Recruit more members if needed
> and lots of other tasks :)
> AND ...
> This is for the Lubuntu Community and specially the Lubuntu QA Team to know: I'm afraid I can NOT do any kind of testing for Lubuntu this cycle. Sad but true. All what I can offer is handling the Brainstorming Team and do some Wiki Edits whenever possible.
> You see, my hands are so tight: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad/UbuntuGNOME-Team - and I am very happy with Ubuntu GNOME and it is a young team that need my full help and support. Not to mention, StartUbuntu Project :)
> But, needless to say, if Lubuntu needs help, I am the first one who will jump in, roll up my sleeves and get the dirty job done! NO doubt about that.
> THIS IS JUST a suggestion. Take it, or leave it. This is entirely up to Lubuntu QA Team to decide.
> I offered my advice and thoughts. I offered my idea on a blueprint. It is time for YOU guys to make up your mind and decide!
> Let me know if you need anything.
> All the best and good luck :)
> Remember: "All of us are smarter than any one of us."
> Best Regards,
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