Gil Forcada | 1 Aug 12:36 2012
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Re: AGM Meeting: Proposal (on p.g.o)

El dl 30 de 07 de 2012 a les 12:20 +0200, en/na Alexandre Franke va
escriure:
> On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 11:58 AM, Johannes Schmid <jhs <at> jsschmid.de> wrote:
> > I was *never* proposing that
> 
> Well *I* am. :-)
> 
> > - I just wanted commit-digest as single
> > exception, maybe visually separated. The rest of news.gnome.org is not
> > that interesting to be on the planet.
> 
> It seems a bit unfair to me to say that the rest of n.g.o isn't as
> worthy of the reader's attention as the things we would have on
> Planet. As I said earlier, it's not very high volume, so why not have
> it with the rest? As you said we've been trying to make it more
> visible for years. Maybe this is the solution?
> 

Just to throw more opinions...

Why not just create a digest from news.g.o that is sent every week or so
on planet.g.o? With just the headlines that have been sent to news.g.o
in a single entry?

That way is just one entry per week on p.g.o but you still are able to
see what has happened on n.g.o quickly, and you can also pass over it
easily as is one entry only, not 10 or so.

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Gil Forcada | 1 Aug 12:22 2012
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Re: AGM Meeting: Proposal (on p.g.o)

El dl 30 de 07 de 2012 a les 12:20 +0200, en/na Alexandre Franke va
escriure:
> On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 11:58 AM, Johannes Schmid <jhs <at> jsschmid.de> wrote:
> > I was *never* proposing that
> 
> Well *I* am. :-)
> 
> > - I just wanted commit-digest as single
> > exception, maybe visually separated. The rest of news.gnome.org is not
> > that interesting to be on the planet.
> 
> It seems a bit unfair to me to say that the rest of n.g.o isn't as
> worthy of the reader's attention as the things we would have on
> Planet. As I said earlier, it's not very high volume, so why not have
> it with the rest? As you said we've been trying to make it more
> visible for years. Maybe this is the solution?
> 

Just to throw more opinions...

Why not just create a digest from news.g.o that is sent every week or so
on planet.g.o? With just the headlines that have been sent to news.g.o
in a single entry?

That way is just one entry per week on p.g.o but you still are able to
see what has happened on n.g.o quickly, and you can also pass over it
easily as is one entry only, not 10 or so.

Cheers,
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Bastien Nocera | 1 Aug 16:02 2012
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Re: AGM Meeting: Proposal (on p.g.o)

Em Mon, 2012-07-30 às 11:55 +0200, Alexandre Franke escreveu:
> On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 11:47 AM, Johannes Schmid <jhs <at> jsschmid.de> wrote:
> > I don't use RSS. I am browsing this pages from work where I am not
> > allowed to install software and I don't wanna use Google Reader (because
> > I don't have any google account apart from GSoC). I like to be able to
> > access plain webpages and that's basically where you catch people. If
> > they are interested they *might* use RSS at some point but they won't
> > discover stuff with RSS.
> 
> Ok, so what about having n.g.o merged onto planet, but:
> * we keep the feeds separate so that people can choose to subscribe to
> either project news or hacker news or both
> * as Vincent said, we make them visually separated

Or maybe we could stop bikeshedding and let the marketing team do what
they feel is necessary for news.gnome.org and planet.gnome.org to reach
their respective audiences. Which is what I recommended at the beginning
of this thread :)

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Andreas Nilsson | 1 Aug 17:01 2012
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Re: AGM Meeting: Proposal (on p.g.o)

On 08/01/2012 04:02 PM, Bastien Nocera wrote:
> Em Mon, 2012-07-30 às 11:55 +0200, Alexandre Franke escreveu:
>> On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 11:47 AM, Johannes Schmid <jhs <at> jsschmid.de> wrote:
>>> I don't use RSS. I am browsing this pages from work where I am not
>>> allowed to install software and I don't wanna use Google Reader (because
>>> I don't have any google account apart from GSoC). I like to be able to
>>> access plain webpages and that's basically where you catch people. If
>>> they are interested they *might* use RSS at some point but they won't
>>> discover stuff with RSS.
>> Ok, so what about having n.g.o merged onto planet, but:
>> * we keep the feeds separate so that people can choose to subscribe to
>> either project news or hacker news or both
>> * as Vincent said, we make them visually separated
> Or maybe we could stop bikeshedding and let the marketing team do what
> they feel is necessary for news.gnome.org and planet.gnome.org to reach
> their respective audiences. Which is what I recommended at the beginning
> of this thread :)
Ok, fresh thread on marketing-list opened.
https://mail.gnome.org/archives/marketing-list/2012-August/msg00001.html
Everyone interested are welcome to participate in the discussion.
- Andreas
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Andrea Veri | 2 Aug 16:43 2012
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New GNOME Foundation Members

Hello everybody!

The GNOME Foundation Membership Committee is proud to announce our
newly approved Foundation Members. Please welcome and thank them
for their great and valuable contributions over the GNOME Foundation.

They are: *

1. Manuel Quiñones (Sugar learning platform)

2. Florian Nadge (Organization, Translations)

3. Sébastien Wilmet (LaTeXila)

4. Víctor Manuel Jáquez (GStreamer, Vala, Grilo)

5. Anna Zacchi (GNOME Documents for Google Summer)

6. Jon Nordby (MyPaint, GStreamer, gegl-gtk, Smoke-GObject)

7. Jeremy Bicha (Debian GNOME Team)

8. Jared Jennings (Tomboy maintainer)

9. Udesh Liyanaarachchi (Banshee developer)

10. Jiro Matsuzawa (GNOME Japanese translator, GNOME related talks)

* Syntax is Name Surname (area of involvement)

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Andreas Nilsson | 2 Aug 17:08 2012
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Re: New GNOME Foundation Members

On 08/02/2012 04:43 PM, Andrea Veri wrote:
>
> 1. Manuel Quiñones (Sugar learning platform)
>
> 2. Florian Nadge (Organization, Translations)
>
> 3. Sébastien Wilmet (LaTeXila)
>
> 4. Víctor Manuel Jáquez (GStreamer, Vala, Grilo)
>
> 5. Anna Zacchi (GNOME Documents for Google Summer)
>
> 6. Jon Nordby (MyPaint, GStreamer, gegl-gtk, Smoke-GObject)
>
> 7. Jeremy Bicha (Debian GNOME Team)
>
> 8. Jared Jennings (Tomboy maintainer)
>
> 9. Udesh Liyanaarachchi (Banshee developer)
>
> 10. Jiro Matsuzawa (GNOME Japanese translator, GNOME related talks)
>
This is a really awesome list of people. Welcome everyone!
- Andreas
Víctor M. Jáquez L. | 2 Aug 18:42 2012

Re: New GNOME Foundation Members

On Thu, Aug 02, 2012 at 04:43:57PM +0200, Andrea Veri wrote:
> Hello everybody!
> 
> The GNOME Foundation Membership Committee is proud to announce our
> newly approved Foundation Members. Please welcome and thank them
> for their great and valuable contributions over the GNOME Foundation.
> 

Hi all,

Thank you very much. It is an honor to me be part and collaborate in this
community, in this great project.

regards,

vmjl
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Jared Jennings | 2 Aug 18:48 2012
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Re: New GNOME Foundation Members

Changing the world one action item at a time :)


-Jared


On Thu, Aug 2, 2012 at 12:42 PM, Víctor M. Jáquez L. <vjaquez <at> igalia.com> wrote:
On Thu, Aug 02, 2012 at 04:43:57PM +0200, Andrea Veri wrote:
> Hello everybody!
>
> The GNOME Foundation Membership Committee is proud to announce our
> newly approved Foundation Members. Please welcome and thank them
> for their great and valuable contributions over the GNOME Foundation.
>

Hi all,

Thank you very much. It is an honor to me be part and collaborate in this
community, in this great project.

regards,

vmjl

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Manuel Quiñones | 3 Aug 01:15 2012

Hello World

Hi, thanks for let me be a member of GNOME!

I was attended GUADEC and was great!  You probably saw me drinking mate [1]

I'm developing for the Suga learning environment, under contract with
One Laptop Per Child.  I also like visual arts.  I directed a movie in
December, and I forked MyPaint to do it.

My GUADEC report is here:

http://manuq.com.ar/sblog/my-guadec-experience/

Glad to join GNOME!

[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mate_(beverage)
[2] http://libregraphicsworld.org/blog/entry/mypaint-and-blender-powered-open-animation-movie-released

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Allan Day | 3 Aug 11:10 2012
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Re: Hello World

Manuel Quiñones <manuq <at> laptop.org> wrote:
> Hi, thanks for let me be a member of GNOME!
...

Welcome Manuel!

Allan

Gmane