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An update from the Forums Council for January of 2012 An update from the Forums Council for March of 2012
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 1. New FC members. We had some turn over of the FC and thank the outbound members for their dedication and service and thank the incoming for their willingness to volunteer.  1. New Tips & Tutorials should be added to the Wiki. The Tips and Tutorials forum will become support/discussion for Wiki articles.
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 1. Forms upgrade - The community would like to see a SSO for the forums and has formed a group of developers to work on a plugin for vBulletin.  1. Working on an LP "patch" to update Ubiquity and Firefox bookmarks.
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 1. Hardware vendors requesting a sub forums were directed to establish a working relationship with Canonical first.  1. FC continues to cross-train its members so we all can "share the load".
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 1. The FC is reviewing ways we , the forums staff, can contribute Ubuntu Community Building, both with community interaction on and outside of the forums.  1. The forum staff will continue to encourage Ubuntu membership by extending personal invitations.
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 1. We approved new Ubuntu Membership Applications - congratulations to all.  1. We approved six Ubuntu Membership Applications - congratulations to all.

<MONTH> <YEAR> Team Reports

If your team is not making team reports, see these guidelines for how to do so.

Ubuntu Governance

Forum Council

An update from the Forums Council for March of 2012

  1. New Tips & Tutorials should be added to the Wiki. The Tips and Tutorials forum will become support/discussion for Wiki articles.

  2. Working on an LP "patch" to update Ubiquity and Firefox bookmarks.
  3. FC continues to cross-train its members so we all can "share the load".
  4. The forum staff will continue to encourage Ubuntu membership by extending personal invitations.
  5. We approved six Ubuntu Membership Applications - congratulations to all.

ForumCouncil/TeamReports/12/March (last edited 2012-03-31 17:46:40 by iowan)