[Osmf-talk] Statement from Companies? Re: OSMF Membership criteria Re: Board decision on recent OSMF membership registrations
rory at technomancy.org
Wed Nov 28 08:14:40 UTC 2018
Yes, if you're new to a mailing list, you might not want to post before
you learn the norms, if you're new to "open tech" communities, you might
not feel that you're "allowed" post. Or maybe the tone is unwelcoming.
Or maybe they don't have good/any English!
But the corporation(s?) involved could put out a statement. Perhaps it's
all just a misunderstanding, and the PR department can explain it all. I
assume the Membership Working Group has/will contact them asking for a
statement, even if the reply is just "no comment".
On 27/11/2018 12:57, Mikel Maron, OSM wrote:
> I think the easiest explanation for why we haven't heard from them: If I
> received the same "welcome" after I registered to OSMF, I would think
> twice about jumping into this conversation myself.
> And are we share they are all now registered on the mailing list? I have
> heard from other new members (not in this group) that they are not
> receiving emails from osmf-talk.
> I agree, this entirety of this episode makes me think that we need to
> re-evaluate our membership model, and look at alternate forms of
> governance. I have no suggestions what that looks like, but it's clear
> that no one is satisfied with the status quo of how this works.
> * Mikel Maron * +14152835207 @mikel s:mikelmaron
> On Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 4:55:24 AM EST, Nuno Caldeira
> <hello at iamnunocaldeira.com> wrote:
> None the less it's awkward that the 100 members from the same ip are
> within this mailing list, following this topic and none (AFAIK) have
> express themselves.
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