Fwd: We need to move on
alex.combas at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 21:03:02 UTC 2005
Sorry, Im sick at the moment and my brain is a little fuzzy,
wrote am email and sent it to Ryan instead of the entire list.
But first to answer a question Ryan asked me which was a good one.
It was about 50/50.
I was busy, but also increasingly disapointed with the pace and response.
I would like things to pick up where they left off, but its not
entirely up to me.
I just didnt feel comfortable making command disicions anymore if I
was not leader,
and althought people voted for me I was not made leader so I didnt
know what to do.
Command disicions need to be made. We need some clear leader.
At the time I was working pretty hard for the project and everyone saw that.
Its been what? Four weeks? Five? Still no leader. Im disapointed.
Here is the email I sent to ryan
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Alex Combas <alex.combas at gmail.com>
To be honest I think this is a big reason the project has stalled.
The last major thing we discussed was leadership
and I volunteered and got three votes and then nothing happened.
I guess I was kinda waiting for something to happen
but just nothing ever did.
I talked to Matthias, but just nothing happened at all.
It seems like everything just takes forever, it took us a couple
months of begging just to get this mailing list. It ended up taking so
long that I feel
like I lost a lot of steam and momentum.
Now it seems like its going to take equally long for the community counsul to
appoint a leader because there is just a million hoops you have to jump through.
Sorry for being negative, maybe Im just disapointed.
Im a really busy guy, and I like to be involved with projects that are
interesting and active, but Im starting to feel the ubuntu community
is hamstrung with all the red tape.
*disclaimer: Im tired and sick and sore, so maybe Im being overly negative*
On 4/28/05, Ryan Thiessen <ryan at ryanthiessen.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Apr 2005, Adele et Antoine Cottin wrote:
> > Let's face it, we need a leader now ! cause it's cool to be there in
> > the IRC just hanging around but nothing happen. We create this
> > community to do something for promoting the Open Source and most of
> > all Ubuntu.
> > So let's move on and peoples who want's to be leader please stand up
> > and let us know. After that we will choose.
> I'm going to have to agree with you on this. I'd volunteer, but I feel a
> bit guilty about that since I'm moving to Seattle soon -- seems kind of
> lame for the leader of Ubuntu-ca to live in the US, eh? But if no one
> else wants to do it, I'll step up to the plate. I *am* planning of
> staying involved in whatever community we create after I move.
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