[Ubuntu-US] US Teams Mentoring Project IRC Metting
crane.aswp at gmail.com
Fri Sep 14 16:59:50 BST 2007
Moderating someone before they have a chance to prove their worth doesn't
sound like a good idea. I think having a meeting on 2 channels would be more
confusing as well.
On 9/14/07, Trey Brown <trey at ubuntuoklahoma.org> wrote:
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> I strongly disagree with this meeting being moderated. Some people may not
> have an issue of their own, but may have very valuable input on an issue,
> and we should not limit the knowledge of the group. I'm sure the CoC will be
> followed, and if not the mentors can kick/forward that person to the
> discussion channel, or warn them and escalate as needed.
> - --Trey
> Oklahoma Team
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> On 9/12/07, Aaron Toponce < aaron.toponce at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The topic for the next IRC meeting for the US Teams Mentoring Project is
> > tentatively scheduled for Sept 29th, 16:00 UTC. Keep an eye on this
> > list, and #ubuntu-us for possible changes. This meeting will be held in
> > a fashion similar to Education week, and the CC meetings.
> > #ubuntu-us will be moderated during the meeting, giving voice only to
> > the mentors of the project, a few key LoCo leaders and the person who
> > has a concern. In order to voice your concern, you must include your
> > name/nick and concern on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/USTeams/MeetingAgenda.
> > Those listed on that list will have their concern or question addressed
> > in the meeting, and they will be voiced giving them a chance to present
> > and argue their points. The points and concerns will be met with open
> > minds, and a willingness to discuss and address them in a professional
> > manner.
> > There will be a separate channel, #ubuntu-us-discussion, where
> > discussion about the meeting itself will take place. This will be a
> > sacrificial channel, at which when the meeting ends, so does
> > #ubuntu-us-discussion, and all US Teams related LoCo chat will continue
> > in #ubuntu-us or #ubuntu-locoteams.
> > Now is the time to weigh in your voice concerning tax exemption,
> > financial funding and legal liability concerns. This is a hot topic at
> > the moment, and I would like to see anyone and everyone's input on this
> > matter. Of course, this discussion extends past just US Teams, to LoCos
> > in general, as we have seen it on both mailing lists.
> > Please forward this mail to your respective LoCo mailing lists to get
> > the word out.
> > Until then, let's keep our energy focused on building our LoCo team,
> > documentation, member recruiting, community events and general LoCo
> > advocacy.
> > Thanks,
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