[Change #4] Ubuntu GNOME Community and Sub-Teams
aldomann.designs at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 11:40:07 UTC 2014
Transparency policies for the win! I think it's very important to know what
are our exact tasks as members of this community and knowing what our
fellow members are up to.
On 26 Nov 2014 08:50, "Ali/amjjawad" <amjjawad at gnome.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> May I have your attention, please?
> Starting this cycle, I have created this list:
> This list explains the current structure of our team.
> Also, there is another important page:
> Was created this cycle too.
> When I joined Ubuntu GNOME in July 2013, I joined to take care of the QA
> side only. I ended after a month or so the team leader of 5 Sub-Teams and
> many tasks. From that time until now, I'm house keeping 5 different
> Sub-Teams. My private chat with Tim was in short stated: I will take care
> of these Sub-Teams until someone steps in and take over.
> This cycle, a lot has happened. It seems, finally, I can reduce the tasks
> I have in hands and focus on less areas. Also, it is time for others to
> step in and shine. It is time for this Community to work as a team and show
> more commitment.
> This was in mind for sometime now. I did not wish to announce or do
> anything until I find the right person. Luckily, I found more than one :)
> Areas I would like to remain with:
> 1. Brainstorming
> 2. QA
> 3. Wiki & Docs, unless I find my replacement.
> Areas I would like to hand over:
> 1. HR
> 2. Marketing and Communications
> 3. Social Media Channels
> Just for the record, Tim is the Technical Manager of this project. I am
> the Community Manager or the Non-Technical, although QA is not really a
> community but rather technical.
> So, it is time to expand the Leaders Board of Ubuntu GNOME.
> Now, before someone may say that why so many titles, etc?
> To keep it simple and short, these titles does not mean at all that he/she
> with a title is a superman/superwoman and others are nothing but beginners.
> That is totally wrong. It just means that X with a title or a specific role
> is doing this and that. It is a way to know who is what and who is where,
> that is all.
> Luckily, other areas like Translations will get a driver/team-leader :D
> I'm sure this cycle will be extraordinary and unique.
> Oh, and before I forget, each Sub-Team MUST have an Acting Team Leader to
> help and step in when a Team Leader is away.
> Why I am brothering you with these details?
> Because we, FLOSS people, must be 100% clear, direct, honest and open with
> anyone. I believe, to build a good relation with everyone within a
> community or a project, people involved must communicate together. That's
> the aim behind this email.
> Thank you!
> Wait for some announcements soon ;)
> Best Regards,
> Ali/amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad>
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