Author Archives: Svetlana Belkin

Ubuntu Women At Ubuntu 14.11 Session Summary

On Thursday, November 13 2014, the Ubuntu Women Project participated in the Ubuntu Online Submit.  These were the topics that were covered: Getting a final version the Orientation Questionnaire matrix finalized and ready to test Having a sprint to test Harvest Bugs Creating a “Resource List” that will hold projects looking for women and resources for […]

Calling For Testers for Orientation Questionnaire

UPDATE: The name changed from “quiz” to “questionnaire” because it’s more of a questionnaire than a quiz. The Ubuntu Women Project is pleased to present an orientation questionnaire that is aimed to help new comers into the Ubuntu Community to find their niche and get involved.  The base quiz was taken from the Ubuntu Italian […]

Ubuntu Women at UOS 14.06 Session Summary

On Tuesday, June 10 2014, the Ubuntu Women Project participated in the Ubuntu Online Submit.  These were the topics that were covered: Set a goal to host more Career Days sessions Give people a preview of the “Where should I contribute?” quiz that will be placed on community.ubuntu.com Develop Harvest into something usable for all […]

Phase 2 of ProjectHarvest

The Ubuntu Women team has decided that Harvest will be re-started and the project is now at Phase 2, code-named Seeking Out Developers. The Harvest system aggregates information about low-hanging fruit and aims to visualise which packages of the Ubuntu distribution are in a good and which are in a bad shape. Harvest is a […]

“What People Are Doing” Wiki Page Story Call Number Two

I created the “What people are doing” project in October 2013, seeking stories of how our members of Ubuntu Women got involved with Ubuntu and its community in order to inspire other women to get involved. So far, only two people left their stories on the “What People Are Doing” Wiki page and we’d like […]

Evaluating harvest.ubuntu.com: Call Number Two!

So far, only two people left feedback and more would help us to evaluate if it is needed or not.  This why Call Number Two is being posted. Several years ago the Harvest project was launched. Harvest makes it easy to find low-hanging opportunities in Ubuntu. It aggregates the mass of todo lists we use […]