The USTeams LoCo is pushing for official entries by 2008. This is a fairly large task to meet for a team that is just starting out. In order for us to apply for approval of our team, certain requirements must be meet. This outline will serve as our roadmap for our team to follow in order to meet this goal. It will contain the specific requirements needs as outlined here: LoCoGettingApproved It will also list material, personnel and scheduling needed to fulfill this goal.
Established Mailing List
Our Mailing list is established
Established IRC Channel on Freenode
Our IRC Channel is established
Established Active Membership
Our membership is starting to grow, but not very active just yet
Established Mailing List Activity
Mailing list is not active
Team Goals and Achievements
Long and short-term goals are not listed or established
A listing of our accomplishments so far in terms of establishment of our loco and Ubuntu advocacy.
Initial projects have started with focus on building the team, no major projects have been established at this time
We will need to complete all of the above and set up a loco application wiki page to be presented to the Community Council in order to complete our approval; this page will include documentation of the requirements above as well as any other pertinent information about our loco and its activities.
Of the incomplete items listed above, the most important items are the projects. The other items will take care of themselves as we progress toward preparing and presenting our application. For that reason, we should now concentrate on the projects: their scheduling, material, and personnel. At this point, I would like to remind everyone that even though some of these projects fall within already established teams, we will need to expand our help to these teams in order to provide a stable state-wide base, as well as to establish our team credibility.