Is the FLSCo running our teams alone?

Lailah lailahfsf at gmail.com
Sun Jul 1 13:04:53 UTC 2012



Is perfect to me!



El vie, 29-06-2012 a las 10:54 -0700, Dimitri Glezos escribió: 

> On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 7:11 AM, Kévin Raymond wrote:
> > We get some requests about creating new teams, changing coordinators,
> > dealing with maintainers, transifex…
> > The ones really able to take actions are the FLSCo members[0], right?
> 
> FLSCo is pretty much inactive for years now. I know some of the folks
> who were active back then lurk in the lists and respond to personal
> emails.
> 
> Kevin, I'm all in to have you participate more in FLP, seeing your
> work for Docs+L10n.
> 
> So maybe this is a good time to discontinue FLSCo and just have, like
> GNOME, a couple of 'spokespeople' for FLP.
> 
> -d
> 
> 
> >
> > We didn't have any election since Spring 2008 (Fedora 9), and I can
> > read "From time to time, at least once every 3 Fedora releases, the
> > entire membership of FLSCo will stand for re-election".
> > You've done lots of work, but there is more do to. There will always
> > be. If it's fine for you, that works.
> >
> > Spending lots of time helping new translators and maintainers, I think
> > that I could help the FLP more by joining the FLSCo. This is more a
> > request than an application as what I am actually doing does not need
> > really need an official status (yeah translators, you could help us
> > all!). I am actually one of the Fedora Project maintainers at
> > transifex.net, but don't think that I should approve/cancel new team
> > creation for example. I also try not to do too much, as people start
> > referring to me for really specific questions, that IMHO only rely to
> > the FLSCo (like team creation, changing teams coordinator…)
> >
> > What's your opinion? I am sure many translators don't even know that
> > we have a steering committee.
> >
> > [0] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N_Steering_Committee
> >
> > --
> > Kévin Raymond
> > (shaiton)
> > GPG-Key: A5BCB3A2
> > --



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