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Ubuntu adds a community manager

The Ubuntu position isn't just a cheerleader for Ubuntu. Shuttleworth described the job as “'uniquely Ubuntu' in that it brings together professional management with community integration.”
Read about it here at Desktoplinux


Shuttleworth continued, “It's a management position. Our community in Ubuntu is amazingly professional in its aspirations — folks want to participate in every aspect of the distribution, from marketing to artwork to sounds to governance and beyond. … In the past six months I've noticed a number of people joining and having an impact who are mature professionals with great day jobs and a limited ability to contribute in terms of time — but a strong desire to be part of 'this phenomenon called Ubuntu.' The job of the community manager will be to make it possible for these folks to have an amplified impact despite having time constraints on their ability to participate.”

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