Re: [Ambassadors] Discussion: revoking ambassador status
by Claudio Penasio Junior
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De Jkhatri <khatri.jatin(a)gmail.com>
Data: 15/03/2014 1h48 (GMT-03:00)
Assunto Re: [Ambassadors] Discussion: revoking ambassador status
On Tuesday 11 March 2014 07:37 PM, Jiri Eischmann wrote:
I'm bringing an update on this issue. Based on the discussion in this
mailing list and in the ticket, we decided that any manual process for
removing "inactive" ambassadors is a no-go.
Pingou of Fedora Infra offered us a tool that would help us achieve what
we originally wanted to achieve.
The combination of FAS logs and datagrepper (that covers attending IRC
meetings, using tracs, sending emails to mailing lists, voting in Fedora
elections, writing blogposts in FP,...) can identify ambassadors who
haven't had any sign of online activity for the given time period (in
FAmSCo we agreed on 18 months, but it's still open) and may not be
interested in the project any more.
Those ambassadors would be notified by email that their account is going
to be flagged as inactive in e.g. 14 days. To avoid it, they can just
log in to FAS and they're fine for another 18 months.
I'd like to emphasize that no one is going to lose ambassador
membership. If someone meets the criteria and doesn't react to the
notification message his/her account will just be flagged as inactive
and his/her name won't be in the public list of ambassadors, but he/she
will keep the membership and can become active again just by logging in
to FAS and changing the status to active any time after the deadline.
It's not meant to judge someone's activity, it's more like "we haven't
seen you around online for some time, give us a wave if you're still
interested in the project".
In FAmSCo, we agreed this is a non-invasive solution with pretty much no
additional bureaucracy that would solve the problem. But we'd again like
to know your opinion.
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+1 ... this is the best solution
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