Scarce community leadership resources allocated to "non-problems"
With recent UDS session(s) and follow-up activities centred on ensuring that the lists of community teams is culled, massaged, groomed, and polished one might get the impression that this is the biggest (or one of the biggest) issue(s) facing the community. I did.
Have we grown so large that we need to worry that too many community groups might advocate and support Ubuntu? Where is the corresponding bug report saying: "The Ubuntu Community teams are growing too fast and we are in danger of spreading Ubuntu everywhere?" (Tongue-in-cheek).
Steps to reproduce:
1) Search Community Bugs for instances of "board", "governance", "council".
2) Note that there are no open bugs indicating that the community is becoming too big, unwieldy and/or in need of further refinement of its structure
3) Search the UDS Lucid archives for community blueprints and session summaries. This page is a good entry point: http://
4) Note the number of instances of "board", "governance", "council" and other terms and note the disproportionate representation
|Randall Ross (randall) wrote : Re: [Bug 497051] Re: Scarce community leadership resources allocated to "non-problems"||#4|