On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 3:55 PM Jeremy Stanley <fu...@yuggoth.org> wrote:
> On 2018-09-12 09:47:27 -0600 (-0600), Matt Riedemann wrote:
> > So I encourage all elected TC members to work directly with the
> > various SIGs to figure out their top issue and then work on
> > managing those deliverables across the community because the TC is
> > particularly well suited to do so given the elected position.
> I almost agree with you. I think the OpenStack TC members should be
> actively engaged in recruiting and enabling interested people in the
> community to do those things, but I don't think such work should be
> solely the domain of the TC and would hate to give the impression
> that you must be on the TC to have such an impact.
I agree that relaying that type of impression would be negative, but I'm
not sure this specifically would do that. I think we've been good about
letting people step up to drive initiatives without being in an elected
IMHO, I think the point Matt is making here is more about ensuring sure we
have people to do what we've agreed upon, as a community, as being mission
critical. Enablement is imperative, but no matter how good we are at it,
sometimes we really just needs hands to do the work.
 Of the six goals agreed upon since we've implemented champions in
Queens, five of them have been championed by non-TC members (Chandan
championed two, in back-to-back releases).
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