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On Sat, 2004-09-25 at 07:44, Deryck Hodge wrote:
> I'm wanting to implement a weekly report of the activity that takes
> place on this list and on #samba-technical. I would prefer to have a
> volunteer for each venue -- one person to keep track of activity on the
> mailing list, another for IRC. Once a week, say on Saturday or Sunday,
> you would submit a summary of the week's activities to me, which I would
> then commit to news.samba.org. This would be something akin to Debian
> Weekly News, Kernel Traffic, etc. You would, however, be free to
> develop your own approach.

I'd be happy to help with both
> My goal here is to offer a record of Samba activity, with all the
> inconsequential bits removed. If your interested, you really need to be
> self-motivating and dependable. Multiple volunteers could handle the
> same assignment and rotate weeks. In fact, this may be the preferred
> method. I'm imagining someone other than a Team member for this, so as
> not to distract from regular development. Though if a Team member
> wanted to give a periodic (monthly?, every other month?) report on where
> Samba3 and Samba4 development is headed, that would be a nice
> news.samba.org feature.

I think multiple volunteers is a great idea, spread the load around (
and the love!)
Peter Tiggerdine

> Let me know if this interests you. I'm also open to discussions about
> the idea. Cheers,
> - --deryck
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