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= Roles =
As we go through the steps needed to organize our team for the QQ cycle, some needs had a high priority and roles were created and assigned to volunteers.
== Team Roles ==
=== Team Leader ===
 * '''Assigned to:''' Cariboo907
 * '''Activities''':
  * Manage the team staff and activities.
  * Ensure the team activities are being done according to the Ubuntu Code of Conduct.
  * Be the point-of-contact for all team management issues.
=== IRC Manager ===
 * '''Assigned to:''' Kaldor
 * '''Activities''':
  * Understand the processes and steps required to use the Freenode IRC structure and Ubuntu-IRC-CC requirements.
  * Setup our IRC channel properly and manage the use of IRC bots, if provided by IRC managing boards.
  * Be the point-of-contact for anything IRC related
=== Wiki Content Managers ===
 * '''Assigned to:''' Ventrical, grahammechanical
 * '''Activities''':
  * Primarily develop the tester-wiki as a user friendly reference base focused on usability
  * Engage into other activities within the team technical documentation
  * Be the point-of-contact for anything related to the team wiki development
  * Proofread the content and fix others contributions
== Open Roles ==
As we define testing activities for the QQ cycle, a number of new roles will be created. Some activities will include:
 * '''Team Ambassador:''' Will locate other testing-communities, contact its leaders, propose alliances and exchange of resources and information
 * '''Marketing Manager:''' Will promote the team internally (within the Ubuntu community) and externally (blogs, websites, etc), according to a marketing plan
 * '''Education Manager:''' Will promote activities to bring knowledge to new and regular members of the team. Those include IRC sessions with developers, bug management specialists, other testing communities specialists, etc.
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These are only a few of the ''possible'' roles to be created soon. Please read the [[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/U+1/recuitment|requirements]] to join the U+1 team, to apply for a role, suggest or create one (self assignment).

Roles

As we go through the steps needed to organize our team for the QQ cycle, some needs had a high priority and roles were created and assigned to volunteers.

Team Roles

Team Leader

  • Assigned to: Cariboo907

  • Activities:

    • Manage the team staff and activities.
    • Ensure the team activities are being done according to the Ubuntu Code of Conduct.
    • Be the point-of-contact for all team management issues.

IRC Manager

  • Assigned to: Kaldor

  • Activities:

    • Understand the processes and steps required to use the Freenode IRC structure and Ubuntu-IRC-CC requirements.
    • Setup our IRC channel properly and manage the use of IRC bots, if provided by IRC managing boards.
    • Be the point-of-contact for anything IRC related

Wiki Content Managers

  • Assigned to: Ventrical, grahammechanical

  • Activities:

    • Primarily develop the tester-wiki as a user friendly reference base focused on usability
    • Engage into other activities within the team technical documentation
    • Be the point-of-contact for anything related to the team wiki development
    • Proofread the content and fix others contributions

Open Roles

As we define testing activities for the QQ cycle, a number of new roles will be created. Some activities will include:

  • Team Ambassador: Will locate other testing-communities, contact its leaders, propose alliances and exchange of resources and information

  • Marketing Manager: Will promote the team internally (within the Ubuntu community) and externally (blogs, websites, etc), according to a marketing plan

  • Education Manager: Will promote activities to bring knowledge to new and regular members of the team. Those include IRC sessions with developers, bug management specialists, other testing communities specialists, etc.


These are only a few of the possible roles to be created soon. Please read the requirements to join the U+1 team, to apply for a role, suggest or create one (self assignment).

U+1/roles (last edited 2016-05-17 16:18:36 by cariboo)