Ubuntu ops Co-ordination channel
shortie4425 at hotmail.com
Tue Mar 1 10:51:44 UTC 2011
So now the Gestapo have there own private channel?
How sweet, NOT!!!
Don't you guys know how to use the power button?
Most normal peeps know how to get up and walk away when they don't like something.
This place is out of hand with the rules!!!!
If it's too HOT in the kitchen, get the heck out.
> Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2011 09:42:40 +0200
> Subject: Re: Ubuntu ops Co-ordination channel
> From: jussi01 at ubuntu.com
> To: ubuntu-irc at lists.ubuntu.com; community-council at lists.ubuntu.com
> Hi all,
> On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 3:07 PM, Jussi Schultink <jussi01 at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > This morning in #ubuntu-ops we had a discussion about saying things
> > which may be responses to baiting, or may actually bait the trolls
> > themselves. Given that we are seeing an increase in trolls making
> > complaints about operators pushing them to the limit by what has been
> > said in #ubuntu-ops, and trolls reading #ubuntu-ops backlog just to
> > see if they get a response to their trolling, I would like to again
> > propose a co-ordination channel for the purpose of these discussions.
> > This channel would be for all those who are +v'd in #ubuntu-ops, as
> > well as relevent others as decided by the Ubuntu IRC Council. (this
> > would make it possible to have ops from large loco channels and other
> > channels with frequent problems included).
> > It would need to be a CoC compliant channel (as per all Ubuntu IRC
> > Channels) and would be privately logged for IRCC and CC viewing, in
> > the case of dispute or accusation of impropriety. The channel would
> > make it easier for channel operators to be prepared in-case of an
> > attack or channel hopping troll.
> > I hope all of this makes sense and I would really appreciate your
> > thoughts on this. I am CC'ing the Community Council into this
> > discussion, as it may be helpful to have their input here also.
> > Best regards
> > Jussi Schultink
> At the Ubuntu IRC Council meeting last night it was decided to go
> ahead and create this channel. We have done so - the channel is
> #ubuntu-ops-team. The channel is invite only, and we would like to
> invite all those with +v in #ubuntu-ops to join (Ops in core channels,
> Community council). We will also invite representatives from larger
> team and loco channels, as to facilitate the spread of information and
> If you feel you need an invitation, please contact the Ubuntu IRC
> Council by joining #ubuntu-irc-council.
> We would like to remind all that this channel is specifically for
> collaboration and co-ordination, not a place to vent or be non CoC
> compliant. It is aimed to aid the spread of information to relevant
> people, to help when dealing with users, to share ideas and thoughts
> on how to be better operators, to help co-ordinate when large attacks
> are made and similar items.
> Jussi Schultink
> Ubuntu IRC Council Chairman.
> Ubuntu-irc mailing list
> Ubuntu-irc at lists.ubuntu.com
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