[OSGeo-Discuss] How to retire membership status?
cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 13:01:09 PDT 2018
+1 to Jeff and Maxi's words of personal support.
We are an effective community when people feel welcomed and participate.
This doesn't happen when people leave, either silently (as is usually
the case), or publicly as you have suggested here. We should be able to
hear people's opinions and respect their right to say them. We should do
our best to ensure opinions are stated respectfully, and encourage
forgiveness when we slip up and get a bit passionate.
(We say as much in our Code of Conduct).
Warm regards, Cameron
On 21/6/18 12:26 am, Jeff McKenna wrote:
> Hi Sara,
> Although we haven't (yet) shared FOSS4G travels together I have to say
> that I truly admire your passion and efforts, and we share a lot of
> the same traits (do-ing, asking questions, diving in, etc.) I
> strongly second Maxi's words. You are a leader and a big part of the
> OSGeo community. Much of what you have been saying or asking I've
> been literally taking notes of how we can improve. In fact I see you
> taking on more of a role and not less. I am just speaking from the
> heart and being open.
> I know how the written word can be so hurtful these days (and I don't
> want / but yet know that unfortunately my own words here can be
> misinterpreted as taking one side versus another), but I hope this
> public support shown here can give you renewed hope and energy for the
> OSGeo community.
> I encourage you to keep being you.
> On 2018-06-19 2:03 PM, Sara wrote:
>> Hello community,
>> Can someone point me at the relevant documentation re: retiring
>> current membership status? Specifically, related to Charter membership.
>> I understand the processes to nominate & add new charter members but
>> not clear on how current charter members can retire.
>> To put it another way: how to edit
>> Sara Safavi
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