[Ambassadors] FAMSCo 2011 Election Result
diamond_ramsey at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 8 04:56:44 UTC 2011
Thank you for your posts. :)
> On 12/07/2011 10:39 AM, Suresh Packiyarajah wrote:
> Just i have read blog post from Fabian Affolter(known as fab) via
> during the past few government elections i did not cast my vote as i am not interested about local politics.
> but I was alive during the electing time.
> you can't indicate the status (active or not) by just looking at the number of votes.
> you must send a survey and find why other people not interested.
Ah, a survey for Vote?
> my suggestion FAMSCO should collect the feedback on their work before the next election, and it will help to maintain a QoS from FAMSCO. Not only that but also we could find some suggestions from the community which we can set as the targets of next year.
> FamSco survey 2011 result can be found here [http://yn1v.fedorapeople.org/Documents/survey/] Neville A. Cross has conducted.
Suresh, thank you for the URL. :)
I think that a new survey "with name and/or anonymous" to help provide some an end of operating period reflection would be advantageous. :D
* From a consolidate list of feedback, be it from the Election and/or Effective 12 month period, this information will be essential and vital for moving forward. My ten cents. :)
The following two files were very useful. ;)
* comments_to_survey.pdf 16-Jul-2011 04:43 46K
* results-survey-full.ods 20-Jul-2011 02:47 23K
I see some very interesting comments in Column AC which would be useful to have listed somewhere.
I could not open the following 5 files.
famsco_survey_APAC.pdf 20-Jul-2011 02:45 4.0M
famsco_survey_EMEA.pdf 20-Jul-2011 02:46 4.0M
famsco_survey_LATAM.pdf 20-Jul-2011 02:47 4.0M
famsco_survey_NA.pdf 20-Jul-2011 02:47 3.9M
Fedora_Ambassadors_Survey.pdf 16-Jul-2011 04:43 4.1M
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