On Thu, Nov 23, 2017, at 04:07 AM, sankarshan wrote:
On Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 11:06 PM, Brian Exelbierd
<bex(a)pobox.com> wrote:> >
> On Wed, Nov 22, 2017, at 04:30 PM, sankarshan wrote:
>> On Thu, Nov 16, 2017 at 10:20 PM, sankarshan
>> <sankarshan(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
>> > On Thu, Nov 16, 2017 at 7:56 PM, Sumantro Mukherjee
>> > <sumukher(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>> >> Hey All,
>> >> I would like to announce that Fedora APAC hasn't seen an active>
>> >> storyteller.
>> >> It's time for us is to propose names and then vote in a new
>> >> storyteller.
>> > Is the Fedora community in APAC sufficiently aware of the
>> > impact of> >> > the role to be able to nominate a suitable
>> >> A ticket has been created for people to discuss and propose
>> >> names for> >> >> next 2
>> >> weeks , post which we can count the most number of votes for the
>> >> person> >> >> and onboard him/her as a new APAC
>> >> https://pagure.io/ambassadors-apac/issue/283
>> > I am not sure if pure voting is the right method. Should we not
>> > encourage the nominated candidates to demonstrate their
>> > willingness to> >> > step up and contribute to this valuable
>> Bumping up this topic/conversation. I see almost no activity at the> >>
ticket. This would lead me to conclude that there's practically no> >>
interest in anyone to step up to this role. Or, it might lead me to> >> conclude
that there is a general lack of understanding of how
>> the role> >> creates impact for the region.
>> This is very concerning. It would almost seem like processes have a> >>
stranglehold on the ability to move ahead. If the decision
>> during the> >> meeting was that voting is the way ahead, should we not
>> increased level of enthusiasm and participation?
> I think the challenge here includes that the role is defined in a
> way that> > makes it sound huge. Few regions have had great success to use as
> model.> > This role predates my time as FCAIC, however it may be worth
> revisiting how> > it should work.
It is certainly worth looking into it. In the conversations leading up> to the ticket
I have pointed out that there needs to be very clear
understanding about the impact of the role and the demands it will
make on the individual stepping up to it.
How does one initiate a revisit and thus not leave the APAC region
without a story teller?
It sounds like APAC is defacto without a storyteller now. One strategy
would be for you to list the challenges you think the region is facing
and how you believe the story teller role will help. This will make it
clear what items are likely to be priorities and allow the role to be
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