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Ambassadors Meeting

July 28th, 2010 by
August 3, 2010
15:00to16:00

openSUSE Ambassadors will have a meeting on IRC in the #opensuse-marketing channel on Freenode to discuss current state of Ambassador organization.

Conference Meeting

July 28th, 2010 by
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16:00to17:30
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16:00to17:30
December 19, 2013
16:00to17:30
January 9, 2014
16:00to17:30
March 5, 2014
16:00to17:30
March 12, 2014
16:00to17:00
March 19, 2014
16:00to17:00
March 26, 2014
16:00to17:00
April 2, 2014
16:00to17:00
April 9, 2014
16:00
April 16, 2014
16:00to17:00

This meeting is meant to discuss organization of the openSUSE Conference. The goal for this meeting is to bring everybody up to speed on the conference organization. We discuss what has been done by whom and what needs to be done by whom.

The openSUSE Project welcomes Jos Poortvliet as new Community Manager

July 28th, 2010 by

We’re proud to announce today that Jos Poortvliet will join the openSUSE project and Novell as openSUSE Community Manager starting on August 1. With Jos we’ve found a leader with excellent community building experience combined with a very welcoming nature, many fresh, promising ideas and a strong drive to grow the openSUSE Project. Jos holds a degree in Organisational Psychology from the University of Utrecht and has gained valuable experience in several professional roles ranging from Project Manager at KPN to Service Level Manager at Royal Bank of Scotland. Last but not least, Jos is a leading member of the KDE Marketing Team and has helped Akademy and the Gran Canaria Desktop Summit attract a vibrant and collaborative audience.

Jos commented, “The opportunity to become part of the international openSUSE community is very exciting. There are a great number of interesting developments going on in the free software world, and openSUSE plays a major role in many of them. I look forward to working with the community on these, helping it grow, finding new directions and ways of developing, and delivering its innovative technologies to users and developers around the world.”

We enthusiastically welcome Jos and look forward to his working with the openSUSE community to shape the future of the openSUSE project. After his start he will be deeply involved in the openSUSE conference, other community events and activities, and of course he will have the pleasure of promoting openSUSE wherever possible.