Finally wrapped up the very long thread on the Foundation list and most of
the side conversations.
Met with a couple of advisory board members (via phone, email and IRC) to
discuss funding and GUADEC.
We are partnering with
Look for updates from the GNOME accessibility folks.
Got all the GNOME Q4 report updates in the report and edited except for one
... actively waiting on that one!
Read all the Google Grants instructions, set up an Adwords account, set up
campaigns, ad groups, ads and keywords. Was ready to submit and the
checklist says we need at least two ads per adgroup, so going back to fill
in today. (Also got a login on our Piwik account from Jaap Haitsma to see
gnome.org web page traffic to help evaluate our adwords usage.)
Sent out requests for sponsorship for the usability hackfest.
Attended GNOME board meeting.
Met with Jim Zemlin from the Linux Foundation. Briefly discussed Collaboration
GNOME participation, mobile, Moblin and fundraising/memberships.
Sent out thank you's for Friends of GNOME.
Worked with Grace Hopper <http://gracehopper.org/2010/> (a women in
computing conference) on FOSS (free and open source) plans for the
conference. They were already working on it and they've added me to the
group discussing the plans. It's looking promising.
Attended Snowy <http://live.gnome.org/Snowy> (Tomboy Online) IRC meeting.
Talked to Gregoire Gentil from Always Innovating. Their Touch
technologies. They'd love to see better touch screen support for
GNOME. (Right now you have to use a stylus instead of fingers.) Set up
tentative plans to meet in person at the Collaboration Summit.
Helped with a couple of things (panel, lightening talks, schedule) for OSCON
and for the Women in Open Source miniconference at SCALE.
Luis de Bethencourt <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LuisdeBethencourt> is going to
represent GNOME at FOSS Nigeria. Thanks to Agustín Benito Bethencourt for
Chuck Payne and Zonker will represent GNOME at the Texas Linux Fest.
Worked on planning my travel for the
I'd love to see more people officially representing GNOME at events.
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