[Ambassadors] How to be a Mentor?

Joerg Simon jsimon at fedoraproject.org
Sat Oct 30 08:48:01 UTC 2010

Am 30.10.2010 09:18, schrieb Marcus Moeller:
> Dear Joerg,
>>> Not such an inner-circle (and please note, I know what I am
>>> talking about because in CentOS it's nearly the same)
>> then why do you run for FAmSCo?
> Because I want to establish as transparent processes as possible. (and
> that's what I am working on in CentOS, too). In CentOS things also
> look a bit different, e.g. to become a member of the QA team you have
> to be 'invented' by the inner circle (which is the totally wrong
> approach imho)

Where is the mentoring appointment process intransparent? Because FAmSCo
voteĀ“s for new mentors - this is discussed and done in public? Or
because they have to work together with existing mentors - you can see
their work in the fama trac instance?

And there is nothing that put FAmSCo in a form of inner circle or
whatever you always talking about, transparence is something we strive
and also have improved during the last FAmSCo period - just read our
monthly Reports, where we show our work - or see our struggle in opening
the famsco-trac instance or that we opened the FAmSCo ML archives? Do
you know about the Ambassadors/FAmSCo processes well enough to claim
such things?

Once again the FAmSCo list archives are open - the FAmSCo meetings are
as well - and as already pointed out - a lot opportunities to bring your
points to the table - do you read the links i posted - where have you
been - during our stuggle to do the right thing with
membership/mentoring management - to put this in question now that we
established it and shaped it up?

cu Joerg

Joerg (kital) Simon
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