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Re: A New Team Leader for Lubuntu QA
2013/11/5 Jackson Doak <noskcaj@xxxxxxxxxx>
> 1. definitely an issue, but when he is online, it seems to be shortly
> after i wake up.
> 2. yes, but i have had very little to do recently
> 3. That's what i expected, since my internet + my crappy laptop mean
> testing is a bit difficult
> Sounds good. I wouldn't be anywhere near the level of what phill was
> doing, but have someone as a leader has to help.
> On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 7:49 AM, Ali Linx (amjjawad) <amjjawad@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>> On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 12:16 AM, Jackson Doak <noskcaj@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> I'm willing to be a fill in if no one else will do this, but timezones
>>> make this slightly difficult for me
>> Hi Jackson,
>> Thank you for offering your help, so nice of you.
>> I have few points to share, if you don't mind and hope you will
>> understand my point :)
>> 1- Different time zones (you are in Australia) could make things
>> difficult as Julien is in France and it is hard for both of you to be
>> online at the same time, which means you will depend on emails more than
>> 2- AFAIK, you are an active member of Xubuntu Team, right? this role
>> needs so much time and the TL of QA Area should be super active. How can
>> you organize your time between both teams?
>> 3- While I am sure your testing skills are high but this role is not only
>> about testing, but about managing the team - as I explained.
>> If you think you can do it, then we wait for 24-48hours and if no one
>> else will step in, we will take the vote of this team about your
>> application :)
>> What do you think? sound like a good plan for you?
>> Remember: "All of us are smarter than any one of us."
>> Best Regards,
>> amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad>
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>> My Projects <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad/Projects>
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Thank you for being a volunteer.
If you are willing to take the role, all I have to say is that you (and any
other volunteers) will have the support of the community.
If you're not able to work both on Release and QA/testing, well, one of the
first assignments of the Team Leader would be to find a good person to deal
specifically with QA.
I may be wrong, but I believe we could have (if there're volunteers)
different persons managing Release and QA. So each one would be doing the
best on their expertise, working always as a team. Just an idea...