Re: COSCUP / GNOME.Asia 2010 Call For Papers
- From: Bob Chao <bobchao gmail com>
- To: Ernest Chiang <dwchiang gmail com>
- Cc: Rex Tsai <rex cc tsai gmail com>, asia-summit-list <asia-summit-list gnome org>, Jouston Huang <jouston gmail com>, program coscup org
- Subject: Re: COSCUP / GNOME.Asia 2010 Call For Papers
- Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 14:17:37 +0900
Hi Emily and GASC folks,
Please sign up a Registrano account and tell me the login name, I'll add you in the administrator list, then you can see the submissions.
Bob Chao (Chao Po-chiang)
2010/5/31 Ernest Chiang <dwchiang gmail com>
Please help to check these two Tobias's problem in Emaily's email below. Thanks!
We will feedback you asap :)
2010/5/31 Emily Chen <emilychen522 gmail com>
Please help on Tobias's problem,
1.How to confirm Tobias's talk has been submmitted ? Can GNOME.Asia team view all talks ?
2. Can we translate the message from Traditional Chinese to English?
Thanks a lot,
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发件人： Emily Chen <emilychen522 gmail com>
日期： 2010年5月31日 上午10:40
主题： Re: COSCUP / GNOME.Asia 2010 Call For Papers
收件人： Tobias Mueller <tobiasmue gnome org
Thanks for submitting your talk to GNOME.Asia event.
This message 您好，您的投稿資料已經收到了，感謝您的支持！
The talk your submited has been received. Thanks for your support.
I will check with the local team to ensure that your talk has been submitted successfully. I will also ask them to translate the message after submit.
I will contact you soon after confirm with local team.
2010/5/30 Tobias Mueller <tobiasmue gnome org>
> Let’s Submit a Talk! <http://bit.ly/coscup2010paper>
On 28.05.2010 10:55, Emily Chen wrote:
> Call for Paper
I tried. But I always get
which looks like an error (the exclamation mark) and I have a green and
a red button. The red links to "cancel" and the green one back to the
edit page. What I am supposed to do to propose my talk about GNOME bugsquad?
This Bugsquad session will be about statistics and people. While I'll
show, in what shape our bug database is, I'll also explain, how to use
the current infrastructure appropriately in order to manage our bugs.
That includes, how to use the bugtracker, the mailinglist and our IRC
channel to successfully manage bugs. We'll have a Q&A session
afterwards, where we explicitly want to introduce new triagers which
will be part of the new bugsquad :)
Tobias Mueller is a lead member of the GNOME Bugsquad for the last years
and thus responsible for managing the bug database as well as the team
around it. He is involved in deciding on effective policies for the bug
database, actually dealing with the bugs in the database and recruiting
new members who will help triaging. Besides beings a Free Software and
GNOME lover, Tobias is involved in the German security research
community around the Chaos Computer Club. Topics of interest include
Platform- and System-Security, Cryptography and Security Protocols.
This talk has been given in a >60min slot at various events, incl.
GUADEC, FOSS.in and FOSDEM. I can make it shorter but I don't think
it'll make much sense in less than, say, 40 minutes, because I want to
make the people contribute to GNOME and want to provide enough detail so
that the people can get a very clear picture.
Eh, I don't know whether I've already submitted that. It's all chinese...
Hm. weird. When I hit the green buttons (green = good, no?), then I come
back to this page...
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