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Re: [Lubuntu-comms] Wiki Editing / meeting
Hi Phill and everybody else,
1. I'm very sorry to have made you upset.
2. I will not push this issue, but stay back and let other people manage
the Lubuntu wiki pages.
3. But I want to explain why I did what I did:
Initiated by you Phill, I checked what was minimum RAM for Trusty. I
sent that report to the Lubuntu community (as an email).
There was a discussion, that focused not so much about the test result,
but on what should be changed in the wiki page paragraph about system
There was no sign of life from you Phill, or from Iberê or from Sergio,
and the discussion ended, and I thought it meant that people were happy
with the 'second wording'.
So I edited that into the wiki page and made a sub-page, according to
suggestions during the discussion.
Once again, I'm very sorry to have made you upset and will stay away
from the Lubuntu wiki pages.
2014-03-29 03:09, Phill Whiteside skrev:
> Hi folks,
> it seams to have missed people's minds that anything other a correction
> of syntax or a link that has expired has to be checked with the TL for
> the wiki area.
> There are test areas about and our current guy has spent hours prepping
> up for 14.04.
> To clear things, he will be attending #lubuntu-offtopic as part of a
> meeting that will be registered and logged. At that point you can ask
> him about the work that is being done by that team to have all the wiki
> ready for 14.04.
> This may be a useful session for people who have been making a mess of
> the wiki 13.10 instead of the 14.04 pages to attend.
> There is a very good reason we have a TL for wiki... Major changes go
> through that person and when in doubt that person can check with our
> head of dev.
> 14:00 UTC 30th March on #lubuntu-offtopic
> I expect all of you who have discussing lay out etc. to attend.
> personal secretary to Sergio,