Applying to the Art group in the Accounts System
michael.d.beckwith at gmail.com
Wed Mar 12 16:53:54 UTC 2008
I'll second the mandatory self-introduction idea. Requiring a minor task
like a hackergotchi or something from the design queue will end up
potentially running those areas dry and then someone who wants to get
involved has to wait for something new to show up. Last I saw,
hackergotchi designing is already covered pretty fast.
Máirín Duffy wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Do you think it would be fair to require folks applying for art
> accounts to post a self-introduction to the list? How about complete
> at least one minor design task? (EG hackergotchi or banner design off
> the design queue?)
> We might want to go through the current accounts, contact the inactive
> account owners to see if they still intend to get involved in the
> group, and if we don't hear back from them in x time or if they
> indicate they are not interested, remove their accounts from the group.
> We've been getting a lot of account requests lately and while I do
> know a few folks who are working on things, there are a lot of names
> that I don't recognize and I haven't seen active on the list or
> working on projects that we are aware of at least. Adding someone to
> the art group is a big deal because it gives them the right to vote in
> Fedora elections I think among other things. The marketing group had
> proposed an introduction requirement to add people to the group and I
> was thinking it might be good for us to have a better policy as well.
> What do you think?
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