~ubuntu-ae group and owner inactive

Asked by Oxwivi on 2011-05-06

We, the residents and users of Ubuntu in the United Arab Emirates, are trying to become an officially recognised LoCo. Started with a Meetup group (http://www.meetup.com/EmiratesLoCo/), we've conducted 8 meetups (the latest was last thursday), including an installfest at American University of Sharjah, one of the most recognised higher-education university in the UAE.

This group was established last year, and separate and without knowledge of the group of ~ubuntu-ae page on Launchpad. We do not how they've fared, but it is very apparent that the group is completely inactive. In our interest of becoming a recognised LoCo,, I would like to ask as a representative of our group, that the page be freed up so we can take over.

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Assignee:
Chris Johnston Edit question
Last query:
2011-05-10
Last reply:
2011-05-10
Chris Johnston (cjohnston) said : #1

You will need to discuss this with the LoCo Council. You can reach them at <email address hidden>

Oxwivi (oxwivi) said : #2

@Chris, wouldn't that require me to subscribe to their mailing list? Where can I do that?

Chris Johnston (cjohnston) said : #3

No it does not. Send it to then and they know what to do.
On May 10, 2011 7:01 PM, "Oxwivi" <email address hidden>
wrote:
> Question #156232 on loco-directory changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/loco-directory/+question/156232
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> Status: Answered => Open
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> Oxwivi is still having a problem:
> @Chris, wouldn't that require me to subscribe to their mailing list?
> Where can I do that?
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