Everyone seems fine for Promo to be run in an opaque way with
community members unable to take a full part. That makes it
uninteresting as a volunteer activity for me so I stopped doing promo
again. The promo team is very welcome to work with me on Plasma
releases, although they've had a very poor record of doing this in the
On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 01:16:44AM -0700, Valorie Zimmerman wrote:
> Sorry to speak up so late in this process; however I need to make an
> Akademy report.
> Jon, have you worked out with the Promo team how best to coordinate
> release promo in the future? If not, is there someone else in the
> Plasma release team who will be taking over this duty?
> I would appreciate a response today.
> On Thu, Jul 19, 2018 at 11:13 AM, Andy B <anditosan1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On July 19, 2018 at 9:26:03 AM, David Narvaez (david.narv...@computer.org)
> > wrote:
> > On Thu, Jul 19, 2018 at 11:05 AM, Jonathan Riddell <j...@jriddell.org>
> > wrote:
> >> I did but I see nobody has an interest in me being a full part of it
> > That's simply not true: we have all seen Paul Brown's message where
> > you are invited to participate in the promo team. What you mean to say
> > is that you are not allowed to be part of the promo team under your
> > own rules and conditions, but when you put it like that you do not
> > sound much like a victim and you lose some negotiation power.
> > While I personally have no position regarding your one-man charge
> > against the promo team (I do not have enough information to pick a
> > side here), I am very much against your theatrical portrayal of the
> > issue when we can all clearly see what is going on here. If you want
> > to do promo under your own terms like back in the ol' days 15 years
> > ago, then just say so, no need to play victim.
> > David E. Narvaez
> > Before we are too flustered by this interaction, let’s see what we can do
> > now. Jon, does the team need to post anything to our twitter account? Is
> > there something that needs to be out soon?