XFce Release Team

Luis Miguel Garcia ktech at wanadoo.es
Mon Jun 16 01:13:24 CEST 2003

Yes, tell me what can I do for you  ;)


   LuisMi Garcia

On Mon, 16 Jun 2003 00:08:24 +0200
Benedikt Meurer <benedikt.meurer at student.uni-siegen.de> wrote:

> Hello,
> We are looking for people who are willing to form an XFce Release Team. 
> This is to have the developers get some more free time during the 
> release days (BETAs, RCs and final releases). It would be nice if some 
> of you would like to join the Release team. I think 3-5 people would be 
> ok.
> The Release Team would do the following things:
> 1) test the release for one or two days (compiling and running on 
> various machines)
> 2) plan the announcements and prepare the announcement texts (and yes, 
> we only want *one* freshmeat announcement)
> 3) making packages for various distributions (and notifying package 
> maintainers, e.g. NetBSD, FreeBSD and Debian maintainers (Martin are 
> you still with us?), of the new release)
> 4) send the release announcements and do advertising
> 5) enjoy with the rest of us and be proud to be part of such a great 
> project :-)
> So, if thought of how to contribute to XFce without doing programming 
> task, heres your chance ;-)
> Benedikt
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Luis Miguel Garcia Mancebo
Ingenieria Tecnica en Informatica de Gestion
Universidad de Deusto / University of Deusto
Bilbao / Spain
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