[IAEP] [Local Labs] Local Labs updates

Sebastian Silva sebastian at somosazucar.org
Thu Sep 1 23:24:43 EDT 2011

/* inglés abajo - english below */
Estimados colaboradores de Laboratorios Locales:
En la última reunión de la Junta, conversamos sobre la necesidad de 
actualizar el estatus de los varios equipos y laboratorios locales.
Estoy copiando a algunos representantes de los laboratorios locales, 
para que compartan con sus grupos.
Nos gustaría que cada Local Lab hiciera un breve reporte grupal, por 
correo electrónico, para el 9 de Septiembre y trataran de estar 
presentes en la reunión del 16 de Septiembre.
Walter adjuntó un formato ejemplo que podemos usar para el reporte.
Escribo a IAEP porque acordamos usarlo como mecanismo de comunicación.
Pienso que podríamos aprovechar la oportunidad para comunicarnos y 
afinar estrategias conjuntas.
Dear collaborators of Local Labs:
In the last board meeting, we talked about the need to update the status 
of the various teams and local labs. I'm ccing some representatives of 
local labs I know of, to share with their groups. We'd like each Local 
Labs to do a brief report, by email, by Sept 9th, and try to be present 
at the meeting of September 16th.
Walter attached a form that can be used for reference for the update.
I write to IAEP because this is the way agreed to communicate.
I think we can use the opportunity to communicate and tune joint strategies.


El 26/08/11 18:20, Walter Bender escribió:
> At the last Sugar Labs oversight board meeting [1], we discussed the
> need to update the status of the various teams and local labs. You are
> receiving this email because you are currently listed as a team
> coordinator on the wiki [2]. We would like each of you to make a short
> report on your team by email to the iaep list by 9 September  and plan
> to attend the next scheduled SLOBs meeting, 16 September. Below [3] is
> an outline prepared by John Tierney that may serve to guide you in
> preparing your report.
> I am aware that some of you are no longer active in your roles. In
> those cases, could you please send me some names of possible
> replacements as team coordinators. Also, in some cases, the teams
> themselves are perhaps obsolete. This will be one of the discussion
> topics on the 16th.
> Note that Sebastian Silva will be contacting the local labs on behalf
> of the oversight board.
> Looking forward to hearing from you.
> Thanks.
> -walter
> --
> Walter Bender
> Sugar Labs
> http://www.sugarlabs.org
> [1]: http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Oversight_Board/2011/Meeting_Minutes-2011-08-05
> [2]: Team coordinators
> Activity
>      Wade Brainerd
>      Gary C Martin
> Bug Squad
>      Simon Schampijer
> Deployment
>      Pilar Saenz
>      Walter Bender
> Design
>      Eben Eliason
>      Christian Marc Schmidt
> Development
>      none
> Documentation
>      David Farning
> Education
>      Walter Bender
> Infrastructure
>      Bernie Innocenti
> Marketing
>      Sean Daly
> Oversight Board
>      Walter Bender
> Platform Team
>      Aleksey Lim
> Translation
>      Chris Leonard
>      Rafael Ortiz
> Wiki
>      Frederick Grose
> [3]: Report outline (optional)
> Sugar Teams Update Report
> Name of team:
> Mission statement:
> Short Term Goals(three–six months):
> 1.
> 2.
> 3.
> Medium Term Goals(6 months–one year):
> 1.
> 2.
> 3.
> Long Term Goals(one year–three years):
> 1.
> 2.
> 3.
> What does the team see as its constraints from being more successful
> in its Mission? What are you doing to try to resolve the constraint?
> What can Sugar Labs 'central' or the community do to help?
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