On Sun, 26 Jan 2020 at 22:49, Ariez J Vachha email@example.com wrote:
Election candidates, et al,
Happy Chinese New Year from Hong Kong!
There is 1 openSUSE.asia group at Slack & it is active. Many members are active in this group & they are from APAC/JAPAC region.
Currently we are discussing about upcoming openSUSE Asia summit which is proposed in Delhi, India. I am sending an invite to above e-mail of yours.
Looking forward to see you at Slack.
Thanks & Regards, Amey.
Firstly let me thank the candidates for stepping forward as well as the other election officials especially, Ish and Edwin for their hard work in getting this process so far.
As an openSUSE old timer, yet probably one of the newest members of openSUSE. I have a question for the the election candidates albeit extremely 11th hour, which I believe is extremely pertinent to the future of openSUSE. For some years I saw openSUSE fall down the rankings as well as as experienced some lag in the update cycles relative to other distros. I put this down to SUSE being passed from pillar to post for over a decade. Recently though openSUSE has really got its "mojo" back and is on fire! I've had a number of projects recently which I think would have been extremely difficult to execute with any other distribution.
But here's the thing, the future relies on getting new blood involved. My recent experience in trying to get involved in the project by understand the workings of the organisation has been a long and relatively painful process. So much so that I failed in my commitment to the other election officials. I do not want to detract from any of the contribution of any of the volunteers, as I know no from other projects I'm involved in the commitment it takes.
I would like to know the candidates views on making it easier for those that want to participate, especially non coders, to do so, and how they propose to do it.
From reading the mailing lists, I can see that this has been touched on on and talked about quite a bit. I feel it needs to be moved up the priority list. Not being one to make comment if I'm unable to contribute I'm happy to volunteer in this effort regardless of election outcome.
On 15/01/2020 17:09, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
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On Thu 2019-12-26, Ish Sookun wrote:
It's 26 December! The call for nominations and applications for the openSUSE Board election has ended. We received four applications. The list of candidates is as follows:
Thank you, Ish! And a huge thank you to the four candidates for stepping up and volunteering their energy and time.
Should you have any question for our candidates, please feel free to ping them.
- What do you see as three, four strenghts of openSUSE that we
should cultivate and build upon?
- What are the top three risks you see for openSUSE? (And maybe
ideas how to tackle them?)
What should the board do differently / more of?
If you had a blank voucher from the SUSE CEO for one wish,
what would that be?
- What is your take on the Foundation? What do you consider
a realistic outcome of that endeavour? (And if different, what outcome would you like to see?)
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