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Re: FLSCo nominations



On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 8:28 PM, Dimitris Glezos <dimitris glezos com> wrote:
> Looking at the nominations page for FLSCo, one can tell that some very
>  active folks in the FLP are being shy in applying.

Friday night, and the picture is better: Five (great) people have
nominated themselves. We have a target of 8+ nominations.

Come on folks, step up! :-)

Deadline is Sunday night.

-d



>
>  A core purpose of the FLSCo is to guarantee that the people who decide
>  for the future of the FLP aren't random ones, or those who just
>  happened to be present at an IRC meeting. FLSCo members are ordinary
>  people who the rest of the community believes they have a good
>  judgment for what's good for the Project and trusts them to take
>  decisions for the whole community. In the next meeting, when you will
>  "+1" something with the community's stamp of approval, it's less that
>  *you* will feel better about it and more that *the community* will
>  feel better about it.
>
>  I want to trust the project's future in the hands of people who's name
>  is all over the place in the past meetings' summaries [1] and the
>  discussion list archives [2]. People who have proved in the past that
>  they care about the FLP. Also, I'd really like to see new people step
>  up to participate in leading the project, with fresh ideas about what
>  we should be doing to become a model of a Localization Project in open
>  source.
>
>  This is not politics -- we're already making decisions just fine. We
>  just want to make sure the whole community agrees on what we are
>  doing.
>
>  Now, get your name on the nomination page before I poke you with a stick.
>
>   http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N/SteeringCommittee/Nominations/2008
>
>  -d
>
>
>  [1]: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N/Meetings/
>  [2]: https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-trans-list/
>
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>  Dimitris Glezos
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