[Mageia-artwork] New wiki
Thorsten van Lil
tvl83 at gmx.de
Wed Nov 9 15:24:18 CET 2011
Am 09.11.2011 14:49, schrieb Max Quarterpleen:
> On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 11:39 AM, Romain d'Alverny <rdalverny at gmail.com
> <mailto:rdalverny at gmail.com>> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 22:57, Thorsten van Lil <tvl83 at gmx.de
> <mailto:tvl83 at gmx.de>> wrote:
> > The question that came in my mind is: Do we need a list of team
> > What benefit has one of it, if he is listed?
> Being a team _peer_ member is distinct than just attending. I know it
> may sound ludicrous or over-theorical, but this is important to know
> who gets a vote and who doesn't, in some situation (such as electing
> the leader, the deputy leader, and deciding on serious issues if a
> vote is needed). So, in this point of view, yes, having a list of who
> is a peer is important.
> It's important too so that it can be written somewhere for write
> accesses in some places (yes, the storage thing is lagging behind), so
> that we can roughly know how many people are involved (there's a
> user/group web app in the works), etc.
> > If it is just like the "Credits" in games/films, than it should
> be those
> > who send artworks/patches to mageia. But this is not really fair,
> > because so many people spend time in discussing, bringing good
> ideas or
> > their opinions.
> Credits are a distinct thing. For instance, Olivier Faurax (for the
> original design) and Alexn83 (for reworking it) have to be in such a
> list for the current logo (and if we are for an exact changelog of it,
> we can as well add Hélène, but that was an offline work).
> > Naming everyone who is a active member of the list would be more
> > but that would be round about 20 members.
> As a reminder, being a peer means having been recognized by other
> peers. And as we did for other teams, this list has to be bootstrapped
> by the leader.
> Hear that Thorsten? Let's see a list of peers.
If you ask me that politely :)
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