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[20 Mar 2013 | No Comment | 592 views]

I have been a Google Chrome user for a while now, and I have two different ‘Users’ in Chrome. The default user is my personal account, and then I have a work account. For my personal email I use a Google Apps Gmail account and just check my email with Chrome. I use Thunderbird to check my work email. For a while now I have had an issue where I click a link from Thunderbird and it tries to open in my default Chrome user. This doesn’t work very well …

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[20 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 175 views]

The Summit Hackers have been hard at work again creating new features to make Summit easier to use. However, we need your help testing these features before the public release. This is where you, the user, come in! I have created a Test Summit on my server and created a test sprint in Launchpad and here is where I need your help with testing:
First, visit the test sprint in Launchpad, next mark yourself as attending. Please note, it could take up to 20 minutes before you are able to use …

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[3 May 2011 | No Comment | 164 views]

This cycle we have made a number of improvements to the Summit web app. I am going to list out the changes which will hopefully make life easier for all involved.

Today’s Schedule: You are able to see today’s schedule by visiting http://summit.ubuntu.com/today instead of picking out the date on the Summit site.
Crew: On the top of the daily schedule you will find the Launchpad user names of the crew members who are on call that day. It also includes a link to their Launchpad.
Addition of the Guidebook app: Guidebook is …

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[18 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 126 views]

On April 1st the Ubuntu Florida LoCo Team will be hosting a Summit Jam in Lakeland, Florida at 10 AM EST. For those of you who do not know, ‘Summit‘ is the web application that is the back bone of the Ubuntu Developer Summit. Summit, written in python and django, tracks blueprints, meetings, schedules, and rooms (and probably more) for the Ubuntu Developer Summit. Each cycle we try to improve the features of Summit, and this cycle Michael Hall and I have decided to have a Jam during this cycles …

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[7 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 124 views]

In recent months, there have been a large number of changes to the translation strings for the LoCo Team Directory. We have also done our best to fix some issues identified by translators to make translating easier. I would like to make even more improvements (if possible) to assist in translating the LoCo Team Directory. I would ask that translators take a look at the translations portion of the LoCo Directory project on Launchpad and complete any translations that are not done. I would also ask that translators file bugs …

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[30 Nov 2010 | No Comment | 79 views]

This is a paste of the email I sent to the Ubuntu LoCo Contacts and Ubuntu LoCo Directory Mailing Lists:
Greetings;
The LoCo Directory Developers have been hard at work in the past few weeks
and this morning pushed out a new release of the LoCo Team Directory. One of
the major changes in the new version of the LoCo Team Directory is that
local times are finally displayed on event pages thanks to Michael Hall. The
time zone displayed is based upon the time zone specified for the venue that
is used. For example, if the …