Update: here is the summary of the meeting https://community.ubuntu.com/t/community-council-meeting-20180315/4852
- Progress from last meeting:
- Wiki pages review - @elopio
- What to do about https://community.ubuntu.com/t/bold-bug-triaging-issues-with-contacting-a-lp-user/4334 ?
- Review, triage, and fix Code of Conduct bugs - @wxl
- Clearly define governance seats, terms, and quorum - @wxl
- Bootstrap new, official, Ubuntu flavours - @Wimpress
- I’ve suggested this before, but would like the CC to reach out to some desktop/applications communities not currently in Ubuntu and invite them to create an Ubuntu flavour.
- How many should we approach? Who should we approach? I propose this is an activity we run for each development cycle.
- What material do we need to on-board new flavours? For example, what is the process.
- Creating a flavour attracts developers, who become ideal candidates for Ubuntu Membership. More developers means more testing, more eyes on a code and higher quality releases.
- Ubuntu guerrilla marketing campaign - @Wimpress
- Again, something I mentioned before.
- How do we kick start this initiative?
- Leverage the LoCo’s to use these assets to promote Ubuntu in interesting and fun ways.
- Leverage the community to create some art assets that can be easily translated.
- Has parallels with https://community.ubuntu.com/t/ubuntu-for-everyone-video/4605
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Community council members, @marcoceppi @jose @wxl @Wimpress @elacheche @aaronhoneycutt @elopio, you are all expected to attend. Please let us know ahead of time if you are not going to be able to make it.