[ubuntu-in] The Community Stucture
anurag at gnuer.org
Fri Mar 24 08:26:53 GMT 2006
Sometime on Fri, Mar 24, 2006 at 08:30:15AM +0600, vid said:
> On 3/23/06, Baishampayan Ghose <b.ghose at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> >  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IndianTeam/Structure
> As an Ubuntu volunteer who was involved in the formation of the
> IN-team, I regret to say that this Team Structure was formed without
> my knowledge or involvement. If the meetings were conducted on IRC
I remember it was posted on the mailing list for the same reasons that
you have cited.
>  Redressal clause - There is no mention of this in the wiki draft.
> In the event that any IN-volunteer has grievances how would the
> IN-Council Members solve the same. Would redressal avenues be open to
> all or restricted to Council Members and Admins.
hmm, in future if any grievances do need to be sorted out, then I
suggest we should take it to IRC (not the list which is open for all
to stare at) and talk one to one, along with other people. Redressal
avenues should be open to all who are interested. But again, these are
my opinions and it will all depend on case to case basis.
Vidya could you please provide some examples where such grievance
redressal forum has been implemented?
>  Post of Council Member and Administrators - I propose a clause
> that a single person should not hold both posts. They should be
> mutually exclusive, otherwise it will be a conflict of interest (hence
> denial of justice) in the event of a disagreement between a volunteer
> and a Member holding both Council and Admin posts.
>  Election of Council Members : New Ubuntu volunteers should be
> given a chance to participate in the IN-team, hence Admin posts should
> not be renewed consecutively, instead a fresh team should take charge
> with open polls for posts.
No opinions here, but if by Admin we mean ``System Administrators''
then it should go the person who is competent and has vast experience
in administering. New people who are applying for administrator post
should ideally be able to convince that they can handle the
that's about it,
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