[IAEP] Announcement of the candicacy of Lionel Laské for SLOB

Samson Goddy samsongoddy at gmail.com
Tue Nov 27 16:36:45 EST 2018

On Tue, Nov 27, 2018 at 10:21 PM Lionel Laské <lionel.laske at gmail.com>

> Hi Alex,
> Le mar. 27 nov. 2018 à 18:27, Alex Perez <aperez at alexperez.com> a écrit :
>> Lionel,
>> Thank you for stepping forward. I encourage others to ask questions of
>> you as well. I have a few:
>> Sure, you're welcome.
>> Are you willing to state that you will make your best effort to attend
>> all SLOB meetings? There is no statement to this effect on your candidacy
>> page, and as you are no doubt aware, I have called out a number of current
>> SLOB members out regarding their extremely poor attendance.
>> Few things about that.
> Thanks for the count you've done about attendance for each SLOB member. I
> respect your work however I must say you're wrong on me at least for the
> last meeting. I was there as you could see on the log.  BTW the question is
> not about meeting attendance but more about meeting content. I must say
> that we spent in 2 previous years lot of time and energy to talk and debate
> about travel reimbursement for some members. These debates discouraged lot
> of SLOB members and it's probably the reason some of them decided to not
> candidate again. I must confess I was questioning myself too: your own
> candidacy was one reason to motivate me that something could be changed
> (please James, join us too ;-).
> Finally, I'm not sure anyone could have doubt about my personal engagement
> in SugarLabs during past years.
>> Also, on your candidacy page, you state "We are an open source community.
>> It should be asserted on our webpage and we must choose tools compatible
>> with that philosophy. It's not acceptable for example that today the
>> SugarLabs webpage include multiple tracking tools."
>> Can you be more specific about what sort of tracking tools you believe
>> are problematic? I personally agree that the Sugar Labs website needs to do
>> a better job explaining what the project is, and that it is an open source
>> project (these words to not appear anywhere on the Sugar Labs landing page).
>> I think specifically to Google Analytics. But as you said the main point
> is that words Open Source should appears clearly.

I believe in improvement and how to make a community better. As a member of
Sugar Labs, have you considered opening an issue on the www-sugarlabs to
bring in a better alternative? Ignoring things, as a community member when
have a better solution for "me" isn't a good way to grow a community.

(My opinion)

> Regards,
>> Alex Perez
> Lionel Laské <lionel.laske at gmail.com>
>> November 27, 2018 at 9:02 AM
>> Hi all,
>> I'm proud to be candidate for the SugarLabs Oversight Board election.
>> Find more about my candidacy here:
>> https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Oversight_Board/2018-2020-candidates/Lionel_Lask%C3%A9
>> Best regards from France.
>>         Lionel.


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