Steering Committee formation

Noriko Mizumoto noriko at redhat.com
Thu Feb 28 04:37:43 UTC 2008


Paul W. Frields wrote:
> Most if not all of the subprojects in Fedora follow the guidelines
> established by the Board for defining projects, found here:
> 
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DefiningProjects
I see that we are shaping fairly good project, aren't we?
> 
> I'm not a big fan of organization just for organization's sake, if it
> stops people from being able to get things done.
> 
> But steering committees in subprojects are *good* for a number of
> reasons, including identifying tasks, getting assignments made, and
> tracking progress.  A steering committee serves as a central
> communication point between all the members of a subproject, other
> subprojects, and the Fedora Project Board.  It also provides a unified
> voice and opportunities for solid decision making, empowering community
> leaders the contributors themselves identify and elect.
> 
> I encourage the L10N (Translation) Project to start talking about an
> L10N Steering Committee.  I also encourage interested community members
> to step up and serve as committee members to better organize and
> communicate about all the great work that's being done in L10N.
Certainly we must be in the stage that should have an committee.
So we may need some election/selection scheme.
I am learning the way of sister docs team.
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/SteeringCommittee

noriko
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