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Re: [Guide] Learn About Ubuntu GNOME Community (AKA Ubuntu GNOME 101)
On Sat, Jul 5, 2014 at 5:47 PM, Ali/amjjawad <amjjawad@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I have just replied two emails on the mailing list that have been sent the
> incorrect way as senders didn't actually read:
> Long story short, 4 years ago, I have been through the exact same
> situation when I first decided to join a FOSS Community and that was
> Lubuntu. Before, I was on the Ubuntu Forums where I learned a lot.
> I understand as a new comer to any community (specifically a FOSS one),
> one will have hard time finding his/her way through. I do totally
> understand that because I can't yet forget what happened with me 4-5 years
> That is not the end of the world. For the above reason, there is something
> called Wiki Page. Luckily, Ubuntu as a vast community have tons of these
> Wiki Pages. Even better, you don't need to read that all. You just need to
> read this if you would like to learn/understand more about Ubuntu GNOME
> If you need further details, here is a list of all the pages that Ubuntu
> GNOME has:
> Alternatively, you can always seek/ask for help:
> Done :)
> That is your Ubuntu GNOME 101 Guide :)
> If you are 'new' to this community/project, this is your first step.
> Thank you!
> @Ubuntu GNOME HR Team
> We need to address this issue on tomorrow's meeting :)
> We need to create something like a welcome message that new comers to our
> community should read. Time has proved that only very few people actually
> 'read' our Wiki Pages despite the fact we always ask them to read that.
I think I have done it already ;)
@Ubuntu GNOME Wiki Team
Do we need to convert that website post to a wiki page? or that one is more
than enough for now?
I hope there will be no further complains for 6 months :P hehe
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