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Hi Ivan, all!

Am Freitag, den 11.02.2011, 22:55 +1300 schrieb Ivan M.:
Hi Christoph, all!

On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 12:07 PM, Christoph Noack <> wrote:
Hi all,

For the sake of completeness: an example how such a page looked for our
team at - Ivan already mentioned it quite some time ago:

Thanks Christoph for all the great work you do and for pushing this
forward! I wish I had more time (to upload a photo, etc) but my
initial contribution to that page will have to do for now :)

Well, if you have to decide - the wiki is much more "patient" in
comparison to the website ;-) But if you like me to upload / resize /
tweak / (redo?) a picture, just send it to me, please.

Thanks also to the people who have added themselves to the page - we
have a fantastic team here!

Absolutely, I'm very impressed ... and I really look forward to what we
can achieve. Oh, good point: The next step are:
      * Step 4: Collection of thoughts what we do need to organize / to
        do our work
      * Step 5: Working on the "urgent needs" of our current project -->
        e.g. fulfill the urgent request to feed the development

Could you please think a bit about these two issues? I'll be away (close
to offline) during the weekend, so it would be great if we could resume
well prepared. In my FOSDEM presentation, I already had a brief look at
"Step 4", but the more experience the better the outcome :-)

Thanks a lot!

@ Bernhard: How to continue with the Logo-without-TDF-subline? Shall we
put together all the proposals and decide within the team? The next SC
call might be soon ...


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