[Wolves] Retiring as LUGMaster

David Morley davmor2 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 13:04:16 BST 2006

On 16/10/06, Jono Bacon <jonobacon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have decided to retire as LUGMaster. This is for no reason other
> than that I am extremely busy with other projects, particularly with
> my new role at Canonical, and I am keen to see the LUG continuing to
> grow. Recently the LUG has been a little all over the place with
> regards to meetings and venues, and I think we need someone who can
> commit a lot more time to the group. I think it needs a leader who can
> get the group into shape and spend a lot of time realising the full
> potential of the group.
> Now, I would like to see a smooth transition over to a new LUGMaster.
> I think this person needs the following capabilities:
>  * Plenty of time to dedicate to the LUG.
>  * Willingness to treat all LUG members equally and resolve any issues
> and problems where possible.
>  * Book and organise meetings.
>  * Leadership skills to make decisions where there is no concensus.
> I would like to know of anyone who would like to put themselves up to
> be LUGMaster and then I think we should vote on it. I am happy to
> coordinate the voting as an independent party. The winner can then
> take control of the LUG and move forward.
> So, could those who want to nominate themselves as LUGMaster reply here.
I'd like to put my name forward as I have the time to put in and I
also want to try and contribute more to the open source movement.   Mr
Mmmaaarrrrlleeeyy.  (might need a hand being shown the ropes and

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