[UbuntuWomen] Non-members posting! [was] Re: Fwd: [Blueprint community-1311-ubuntu-women] Ubuntu Women Trusty Goals
cheri703 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 14 16:12:05 UTC 2014
Prrretty sure there was zero indication that that is "what this is all
about", and as far as I can tell, there have been *zero* "accusations of
incompetence". Only "this doesn't seem to be meeting all users' needs,
perhaps we can adjust".
Personally, as a leader who is not seeking re-election in our next cycle, I
don't think I qualify as "hungry for power", nor do I get the remotest
inkling of that from any of the messages posted prior to this.
Svaksha, you seem to be taking this as a personal attack, and in my reading
of the past emails/messages, especially taking into account what I know of
pleia2, that was not even slightly intended.
On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 10:04 AM, svakSha <svaksha at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 3:35 PM, Cheri Francis <cheri703 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Forgive me if this is an insensitive question, but I find myself
> > I realize that as the founder of UW, Svaksha created the mailing list and
> > all attendant whatnot, but shouldn't ownership of said list get passed
> on to
> > current leadership?
> Ah, is that what this is all about - List control? It would have been
> nicer if this had been said openly at the outset instead of the
> roundabout false accusations of incompetence and Mailman and what not.
> If its all about power and control, perhaps we should start a new
> thread on:
> - whether all the list members think the current admins are doing a bad
> - who decided that are UW leaders supposed to have exclusive control
> of a Mailing list? Is this a standard Ubuntu policy across all teams?
> If not, why is a special usecase being applied to a womens team? is
> that what this is all about - wresting mailing list control?
> ॥ svaksha ॥ who was foolishly thinking that a Foss project team is
> made up of members and volunteers, not just leaders hungry for power.
> My bad.
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