Thanks for the great work Bruno!
2010/3/23 Bruno Boaventura brunoboavent...@gmail.com:
It was a pleasure for me hold the chairman position of Membership
Committee in the last two years.
Recently we had a meeting to resolve some issues. One of these things
were to elect
I've been thinking a lot about what to do about my participation on
GNOME Foundation's Board of Directors in face of the fact that my wife
and I are expecting our first baby in February. After careful
consideration, I decided to resign. I want to be fully focused on my
It's quite obvious that the original thread ended up branching into
several separate topics. I thought it would be useful to summarize
some of the key points on each topic in an attempt to bring a more
practical perspective to the whole discussion.
This is not an official message from
The Board has recently received some complaints from members of the
community about certain the inappropriate behaviors. In the context of
GNOME Foundation, it's really hard to argue about how we expect our
members to behave if there is no official guidelines that members are
2009/11/24 Vincent Untz vu...@gnome.org:
Le mardi 24 novembre 2009, à 23:53 +0100, Andy Wingo a écrit :
Thanks for the detailed and readable notes!
On Fri 13 Nov 2009 22:27, Brian Cameron brian.came...@sun.com writes:
Minutes for Meeting of October 29th, 2009
2009/6/8 Luis Villa l...@tieguy.org:
2009/6/5 Luis Villa luis.vi...@gmail.com:
At any rate, I agree completely that we need some strong leaders to develop
in GNOME. But the Foundation is not the place for it. I think the right
question is 'why have leaders not come from other sources?
2009/6/2 Dave Neary dne...@gnome.org:
john palmieri wrote:
I'm of the same mind here. There are a number of people who I don't like
to read on blogs and whatnot but I would rather us as a community figure out
productive ways of dealing with it as opposed to lording our own
As you probably know, I left Nokia in the end of March. I now work for
LiTL (www.litl.com), a startup company developing a consumer product
that involves hardware, software, and online services.
I'm the only Board member affiliated to this company so no issues here.
As you probably know, Google is organizing one more edition of their
Summer of Code (GSoC) program. More information about the program can
be found here:
GNOME has participated in all GSoC editions as a mentoring
organization with some nice results in
For those interested in participating in the GNOME Outreach Program:
Accessibility, you probably want to have a look at the list of tasks
that has just been published in the program's website:
So, now what? Read the program rules very
GNOME Foundation Meeting Minutes :: 2nd January 2008
Members of current board and previous attending.
* Behdad Esfahbod
* Anne Oestergard
* John Palmieri
* Vincent Untz
* Jeff Waugh
* Brian Cameron
* Lucas Rocha
* Quim Gil
* Glynn Foster
2007/11/26, Richard Stallman [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
1. Would you change anything in the GNOME Foundation statement about
I would change the date it was released. :-) I think the most serious
problem about GNOME Foundation participation on ECMA TC45-M was that
it wasn't properly
2007/11/23, Vincent Untz [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
Le vendredi 23 novembre 2007, à 14:42 +0100, Murray Cumming a écrit :
On Fri, 2007-11-23 at 01:18 +0100, Vincent Untz wrote:
Taking too much time to decide: it sometimes happen that we wait for a
meeting or for another event to
I did send these to the membership committee, but voting's nearly open,
and I think they're important, so I guess I'll just ask...
The foundation's role is essentially to facilitate the enthusiasm of the
GNOME project, as Andrew Cowie blogged earlier . This consists of two
2007/11/19, Bruno Boaventura [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
With the final list of candidates announced, it's time to submit
questions about the GNOME Foundation and GNOME Project to this years
prospective Board of Directors.
The list, a summary of each candidate's statement and a link to each
It's time to start working on our 2007 annual report! Last year we had
a very nice report. So, let's make it even better this year!
I've created a wiki page to organize the work:
Any kind of contribution is welcome! There are
Could you please move this discussion to d-d-l and/or
gnome-infrastructure? This mailing list is definitely not the place to
discuss SCM in GNOME.
2007/9/10, Olav Vitters [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
On Mon, Sep 10, 2007 at 08:29:35AM +0300, Kalle Vahlman wrote:
I hate to do this but... again... please move this discussion to a
more appropriate mailing list like d-d-l or gnome-infrastructure.
2007/9/11, Sanford Armstrong [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
On 9/8/07, Jeff Waugh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
quote who=Sanford Armstrong
, let's try to
solve them in the best possible way in our own boundaries. IMO,
merging with KDE will bring more problems than solving from the
communities point of view. Specially on defining the agenda.
Just my 0,2 cents.
2007/6/11, Lucas Rocha [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
Mads Chr. Olesen
(Other inactive attendees were there too)
1) Actions from previous meeting
* ACTION: Vincent to talk with sysadmins about getting a sandbox
repository or main repository access for students (DONE)
Baris had worked on renewals, but his laptop was recently stolen so he has
to start again. There's a membership committee meeting next week where
this will be discussed, along with other topics (like membership
applications taking a long time to be
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