Canonical Community Team Changes Announced For Ubuntu
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 22 July 2014 at 10:00 AM EDT. 1 Comment
With Jono Bacon having recently left Canonical where he served as the Ubuntu Community Manager, Canonical has made some changes to its community team.

Canonical's Rick Spencer, the VP of Engineering, has done away with the "Community Manager" role in favor of a new "Community Team Manager" position that's now filled by Canonical's David Planella. Additionally, the rest of the community team (Michael Hall, Daniel Holback, and Nicholas Skaggs) now all carry the title as community managers.

Those interested in more information on Ubuntu's Community Team changes can be found from Rick's blog post.
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