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Re: Next Meeting -- Poll and Agenda
Patrick Dickey <pdickeybeta@xxxxxxxxx>
Tue, 26 Apr 2011 06:20:39 -0500
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A question for anyone/everyone. Is it safe to download (and install
Natty) right now, and start looking at what needs to be changed? Or
should we wait until Saturday (or Thursday depending on what you read),
and install the RTW/RTM version first?
I think in some chapters, the only things that will change are how to
accomplish things with the GUI. If it involves command-line (CLI),
there probably won't be a big difference (except how to open the
Terminal). But in the end, we won't know until we've installed and
started playing with Natty.
Have a great day:)
On 04/24/2011 10:55 PM, Rick Fosburgh wrote:
> Hi all,
> (Please excuse if this is a resend)
> It’s time for our next meeting.
> c7p has opened a poll to select the date and time:
> http://doodle.com/gzbbmnvem3wkzs77 The agenda may be found here:
> http://pad.ubuntu-uk.org/UMP-April-Meeting2 IRC Location:
> This will be another important meeting. We will be setting freeze dates
> for the conclusion of the Maverick Manual as well as our initial goals
> for our authors and editors involved with the Natty 11.04 edition. I'd
> like your input on the amount of time you think you will need to review
> your sections and outline changes.
> Not signed up for a Chapter or section? There is plenty of work to go
> around. If you have not received an assignment, just sent me an email.
> I urge you will take the time to express your desired dates and time so
> we will all have the best chance to attend. Please review the agenda;
> suggestions are welcome.
> I look forward to seeing you there.
> Rickfosb is editor in chief of the ubuntu manual - Natty
> nick: rickfosb
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