FAS Group information

Chris Roberts chris.roberts at croberts.org
Wed Aug 13 16:17:07 UTC 2014


Yes that is fine to be on the mailing lists since they are completely different. We encourage people who are not in the FAS group to be on the mailing lists to share their thoughts on topics and to keep up with what is going on in the group.

- Chris Roberts

----- Original Message -----
From: yn1v at taygon.com
To: "Fedora Marketing team" <marketing at lists.fedoraproject.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 12:05:51 PM
Subject: Re: FAS Group information

El 2014-08-13 09:54, Ankur Sinha escribió:
> On Wed, 2014-08-13 at 10:58 -0400, Chris Roberts wrote:
>> Hey Everyone,
>> During Flock we had a talk about being active contributors and
>> membership in the FAS marketing group and we have come to the
>> following:
>> To stay active in the FAS group you have to make at least one
>> contribution during a release schedule, if you have not made any
>> contributions you will be removed from the FAS group.
>> We have a lot of inactive members and when I did start to remove
>> people, I got a lot of feedback from them saying why they were
>> removed. This happens in the FI-Aprentice group where if you do not
>> reply to an email each month you are removed. If you are removed from
>> the group and would like to rejoin that is totally fine, we want to
>> see contribution in order to be in the group.
>> I will post this new information on our Marketing wiki page as well.
>> Thanks,

Time to time there is the question about cleaning groups to see real 
numbers. Most time the general consensus in fedora is that nobody is 
kicked out. But that is not a rule. I haven't been active in the group 
for a long time. So I deserve to be kick out. I won't complain.

But I would like to be allowed to be on the mailing list, so I know what 
is the team doing. If that possible under the cleaning working that is 
proposed/implemented ?

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