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Ubuntu "Memberships" Introduced

January 6th, 2010 01:00 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

mxh83 writes “Apparently if you have ‘sustained’ and ‘significant’ contributions to Ubuntu, you can now become a ‘Ubuntu Member‘ and get some freebies. ‘While there is no precise period that we look for, it is rare for applications to be accepted from people contributing for less than 6 months. It is vital to be well prepared for the meeting. You need to convince the membership board that you have contributed to Ubuntu.’ Have they thought this incentive through? What about recognition for smaller contributors? And who judged what is a ‘significant’ contribution to a community project?”

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