Am Sonntag 14 Juni 2009 22:36:22 wrote Marcus Moeller:
Sascha 'saigkill' Manns wrote:
i've changed in http://en.opensuse.org/Marketing/Team#Meetings the IRC Channel from #opensuse-project to #opensuse-marketing.
I don't have any objection to changing the IRC channel for marketing team meetings from #opensuse-project to #opensuse-marketing. However, did we have any discussion about that ? Am I the only one who missed such a discussion ?
Yes, you're right. The -marketing channel is created in the CommunityWeek, and not deleted now. In my view it was logical that the "Marketing Team" uses the "#opensuse- marketing" Channel in IRC. But if you are raise objections we can discuss that.
Sascha, I think the problem is not the topic itself but the way things are treated. As Satoru, I really welcome your commitment but decisions should be taken by all persons involved. E.g. I have noticed that you and FunkyPenguin have been declared as Ambassador Leads (or declared yourselves). This is something that should be discussed on the list, first.
you're right, and i'm agreeing full with your comment. The problem was the following: In the Time where are the Ambassador Program was announced, i didn't understant the Goal of the new Subproject. One week ago i had phoned with an Fedora Ambassador, and after the talk, i was full with new ideas. In that Time, i recieved some Questions from other Ambassadors. Some of these Questions was not Germany related but European related. So i noticed, that we need an Leadership that knows the Needs from different Countrys. My Goal was not to profiling myself, just to serve the Project. I would like to make the workflow easier, and give the Ambassadors an Contactperson. So this was my Mistake, and i say "Excuse me please". From now on, i discuss new ideas on the List.