Neville, thank you for your e-mail. :)
I think that we have more people, more ways to interact and more
specific niches of collaboration (even within the ambassador team). So,
it is some how logic that some people write emails, others hang on IRC,
others vote and not everyone is on all channels. So the grow it is not
reflected the same on different instances, like voting. I do not want to
force people to vote. Furthemore, with a flat structure and a high level
of autonomy, for a lot of ambassadors it does not make much difference
who is at Famsco.
Very true. :)
I feel that I did a warm job at Famsco. Not bad, but not great
No enough people think is that bad as to change the way things are being
doing... No enough people think is that great as to parade showing
I think you did a great job, Neville. ;)
In other hand, I think that probably will be useful to review how
ambassadors have been performing on things that are core to the team.
Like for example how many events, and how many of those were properly
reported. That it is more relevant for fedora project than if everybody
That is a very good idea, and I concur 100%! :D
In any case, I would like to see ideas to increase vote interest
does not include compulsory voting. Specially because I have none.
I strongly agree with more increased voter interest, too. ;)
Please have a Great Fedora day! :~)
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