On Wed, 10 Apr 2019 14:52:58 -0400
Chloe Kudryavtsev <toast_at_toastin.space> wrote:
> On 4/10/2019 2:36 PM, Natanael Copa wrote:
> > I will unlike sit and do nothing for a year so why would I want to get
> > back to the Alpine drama instead of continue with the new thing I'm
> > doing?
> You only have to take a break from being on base.
> Membership (or even adminship) of multiple teams is allowed.
> So you're not "leaving the project for a year", you just take a break
> from being "the ultimate authority" for a year.
There is no guarantee that anyone gets re-elected.
So after being forced to step down I could have the choice to continue
do bug fixing, provide user support etc, but I would no longer have any
responsibility of how the projects goes, nor need to deal with people
drama and CoC violations, nor need to care about technical decisions.
That would be someone elses problem.
> In short, everyone except you (and maybe Carlo) are currently in that
> position, and I don't think saying that everyone except you "sit around
> and do nothing" is fair.
Ofcourse not. What I meant was that this would be a great opportunity
for me to start some new exciting project. If i did that. Why would I
be interested in getting back into "base" and clean up whatever mess
the last person has introduced?
> As such, surely you'll agree, that concern is a bit moot - after all, we
> don't expect people that haven't and aren't doing anything with the
> project to be elected into base, are we?
The concern here is, do we want rotate out good people? Or do we want
try keep them.
Received on Thu Apr 11 2019 - 15:27:23 UTC