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Ali Linx (almost Linux ;)) from Lubuntu is the new  Head of QA in Ubuntu GNOME (UG) and he is asking for your help to test 13.10 release.  Furthermore the cool guys from UG community have some new wikis!


NEW Wiki Area is Live now

Via G 

Dear Ubuntu GNOME Community,

I’m glad to inform you that I have worked hard to create a new Wiki Area for Ubuntu GNOME and the new pages have been created:

There is a special gift I’m working on, once I’m done with it, I will send an email :)

I have sent an email [1] 9 days ago and asked for some help but no one yet has stepped in. Please, this area is BRAND NEW and FRESH so show some LOVE :)

ALL kind of help and contributions are highly welcome and appreciate it :)

Thank you!

[1] – https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-gnome/2013-July/000363.html

P.S.
Documentation is a very important part of any Software Project, specially Operating System Projects. Let’s work together to have one of the best Wiki Area :)


Remember: “All of us are smarter than any one of us.”

Best Regards,
amjjawad


Testers Needed

Via G

Dear Ubuntu GNOME Users and Fans, we do need testers for Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 Saucy – Are you Interested? Please, contact me :)

Ali Linx – Head of QA

P.S.
If you are interested, reply this post or send a message to +Ali Linx


Ubuntu GNOME page: http://ubuntugnome.org/
Ubuntu GNOME G Community: https://plus.google.com/communities/100673791047097085645
Ubuntu GNOME G+: https://plus.google.com/108356762331170101188/posts


 
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  • CameronN

    Does Ubuntu GNOME use UOA/AccountsSSO or GOA?

    • Remjg

      In the last version I tried (13.04), they were using both… I think UOA was needed for empathy.

    • http://www.cerebrux.net/ Salih Emin

      Now it use’s GOA (in 13.10 Alpha 2). The UOA has been removed