[Ambassadors] FAMSCo 2011 Election Result
me at kaio.net
Thu Dec 8 21:54:53 UTC 2011
On 09/12/2011, at 5:35 AM, Neville A. Cross wrote:
> On Wed, 2011-12-07 at 23:56 -0500, David Ramsey wrote:
>> 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
> I was really worried when I saw that there was problems with the files.
> First because some time ago I had a problem with permissions. Some how I
> messed up and some files uploaded were forbidden for accessing from the
> web. Second, because those file have been hanging there for a long time
> (long standing error). I just checked and I was able to open them. I did
> not have to correct anything to open them. If any body still have
> problems, I can send them by email on request.
> The responses to the survey were low, so the responses have to be taken
> as anecdotal and not statistical. There is useful information about what
> some people think, but not enough people to said that represent overall
> what ambassadors think.
> 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.
> I feel that I did a warm job at Famsco. Not bad, but not great either.
> 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
> In other hand, I think that probably will be useful to review how the
> 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
> In any case, I would like to see ideas to increase vote interest that
> does not include compulsory voting. Specially because I have none.
> Best regards
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