- Agree that the council should discuss ways to open up the -council IRC channel and get rid of the +mz channel modes
- Announcement about new project to help create a "pipeline" from the Beginners Team to the wider Ubuntu community
- Due to ajmorris disappearing, Silver_Fox_ stepped up to help co-lead the IRC Focus Group
Announce the Young New Users Focus Group Conduct Wiki Page
- Agree that having some users accidentally coming to the main team channel instead of the support channel is fine, and that there is no need to rename/move the main channel
Dallas Wiebelhaus joined the Ubuntu Beginners Team. He has been a great participant in team activities, and definitely deserving of membership.
leoquant joined the Ubuntu Beginners Team. He is already a very knowledgeable Ubuntu member, and will make a great addition to the team.
Point out Folding@Home and the #ubuntu-folding channel
- Agree to move mailing lists from lists.launchpad.net to lists.ubuntu.com
Discuss future of the Unanswered Posts Team and whether it should remain a separate team or be merged into the Beginners Team. The team was neutral in regards to merging the two teams.
- The Wiki Focus Group's Summer of Documentation has seen some nice progress. There is still room for new users to help out if they wish.
- The IRC Focus Group has seen a lot more activity over the past few days
The Ubuntu Community Learning Project is slowly forming, and is a separate team than the Education Focus Group
- The Council will work with the Development Focus Group in order to help accommodate their desire to allow non-Beginners Team members to join the Focus Group.
starcraft.man joined the Ubuntu Beginners Team. He has been helping beginners for a long time, and has recently joined the Wiki Focus Group. We are glad to welcome him to the team.