Never mind, I know you are busy and thank you for directing me on how to
reply. I didn't want to hit reply all previously because I was in need to
make sure if I have to or not. Now, I know I need to do that for faster
I'm sorry for being in hurry but as you know, I'm still new and need some
time to get used to these kind of things. My apology.
Thanks for you, Mario and it's my pleasure to join you guys :)
1- I didn't find that channel, could you please post me the link again?
I joined OFTC but when I searched for lxde, I didn't find it.
2- I don't mind at all and I agree with that. I need to know them and they
need to know me :)
I do agree and that is exactly what I want at the moment. Taking care of
"spam" because I noticed there are a lot of them and other stuff. Being a
"Super Admin" is too early for me. I need to prove myself first and need to
know the other guys first.
Thank you Mario and Phill as always and good luck Phill with your trip. I
think I need to check my teeth because I haven't done that in ages.
On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 5:58 AM, Mario Behling <mb@...> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> @ Phil: Thank you for directing Ali. There are different opinions
> about crosspostings on lists. Personally, I prefer to stick to the
> appropriate list - which is the LXDE list for Alis question.
> Nevertheless, as you wrote you want it on both lists, I am following
> your wish this time.
> @ Ali: Thank you for supporting everyone in the community. Yes, we
> would be happy to have you joining the admin team.
> Firstly please join the IRC of LXDE on oftc.net #lxde. Here you find
> other people to talk to about what an admin needs to do on the forum.
> You can talk to 'brother', 'mwei' and 'maces' for example, who take
> care of a lot of things in the community.
> Secondly, as you are relatively new, I would suggest we wait for 1
> week (until Sep. 18) before you become admin to give people the chance
> to give opinions. If there are no objections we can add you. There are
> several admin roles. The one most applicable for you would be a role
> to take care of posts and user as well as spam (would be great). If
> you want to become a 'super admin' taking care of technical aspects
> you can contact us at a later time again.
> All the best,
> On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 6:10 AM, Phill Whiteside <phillw@...> wrote:
> > Hi Ali,
> > sorry for the tardy reply this time. Please use the the two 'lists' email
> > addresses when replying, there are times I'm tied up and replying to the
> > teams will help you better get to know them. I've added Mario on the cc
> > (even though he does get them) as he is our co-ordinator. Again, please
> > patient.
> > Using the 'reply to all' on both lists ensures everyone gets information.
> > example being that there are some extremely profficient wiki people on
> > Lubuntu (people I ask for help). You do not need to wait for me to reply
> > when asking questions, if the question is asked - someone will jump in
> > reply.
> > Regards,
> > Phill.
> > On Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 9:52 PM, Ali Linx <amjjawad@...> wrote:
> >> Hello Phill,
> >> I hope you are fine and doing well :)
> >> I replied your email the other day but I guess you are so busy right
> >> I have few things to discuss about you. I'm waiting for your reply to my
> >> previous email so that I can know what is my other next step.
> >> I'd like to let you know that I'm trying now to be active on LXDE Forum.
> >> have posted 20 times today so far and I just created my first guide
> >> http://forum.lxde.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=31300
> >> Also, I've been active too on Facebook Page for Lubuntu:
> >> https://www.facebook.com/pages/lubuntu/105956559439428
> >> I want to ask you something. Is it possible for me to be an Admin on
> >> Facebook Page and/or the Forum of LXDE?
> >> I'm sure the team needs more staff when it comes to these two sites. If
> >> can't be an admin now, it's ok but I have decided to be active on both
> >> pages/sites and prove myself there first.
> >> What do you think? is it a good step?
> >> --
> >> Best Regards
> >> A. J