On 07/29/2013 04:42 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
No worries at all - if you ever want to call in and just listen - no
need to say a single word and you can get a sense of how QA works on the
project. We've had people do this before.
On 07/28/2013 08:54 PM, Joel Madero wrote:
Sorry, but that was what I got when I first saw the emails. You
wanted to get more people on this side of the pond involved in
developing LO and other open source packages.
On 07/28/2013 05:32 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
This is not a developer chat at all - I have very very limited skills
in terms of development - Quality Assurance is about testing the
product, managing bugzilla and providing a medium for which user
complaints/suggestions reach developers. So I encourage you to join -
I've seen you quite often on the user channel and you are very very
helpful and known in the community - if you have the time please call
in to talkyoo with a cell phone or landline.
On 07/28/2013 03:50 PM, Robinson Tryon wrote:
On Sat, Jul 27, 2013 at 8:11 PM, Joel Madero
So it looks like we have at least 5 people from North America who are
interested in participating so I say let's do it.
Date: August 2nd, 2013
Time: 1500 (EST) so for those on the west coast we're talking Noon
:) If I
must I'll translate that to GMT/UTC but....I seem to get that
wrong often ;)
Well 1300GMT is 9 here, so 1500EST is later-o-clock GMT, right?
@Robinson - can we get a tentative agenda going - you and I can
update and maybe get a few things together that we could use help
with - see
if we can get some volunteers to help us with some of the load :)
For anyone thinking about joining - please do - we're a friendly
we could pop open a beer in a pub and do it live we would but
prevents this so as a second best.... feel free to have a beer on
it'll be casual ;)
Page appropriately themed...
AlthoughI am in the USA, I do not know if I would be a part of the
I am not a developer and I have noreal skill in promoting developers
to be part of the LO system.
I do support the "cause" and do what I can towards that. But any
live chat is not something I will do, since after 3 strokes it is
hard to type quickly. It can take 10-20 minutes to just type an
email to people that is only a few paragraph long.
Video chatting never worked on my end, though I have tried.
"on the user channel"?
Do you mean the email lists? If not, then I do not know who it would
be, since I rarely use "chat" for anything, along with Twitter or
To be honest, I am not comfortable calling in an "talkyou" or any live
option. After 3 strokes, it can be difficult sometimes to get the
"proper words out". When I am face to face, using a wheeled-walker or
wheelchair, people are more "understanding" when I have troubles with
my speech pattern. They are more willing to "wait" for me to get the
words out, than most people I have dealt with over the phone lines.
That is why I do most of my communicating via email where I can pause
for the words and/or edit them so I get the meaning of the words out
even if not all the "right" words.
To be honest, some days I can barely speak "understandably" and/or
type 3 letters in a row correctly[let alone the needed words]. That is
what I have to deal with, and am very lucky that I have that much,
since I lost a lot of my memory with the 1st and 2nd of the 3 strokes.
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