resigning as Fellowship representative
mirko at fsfe.org
Sun Sep 23 15:50:11 UTC 2018
> On 20. Sep 2018, at 19:19, Daniel Pocock <daniel at pocock.pro> wrote:
> Given the decline of the Fellowship and FSFE's migration of fellows into
> a supporter program, I no longer feel that there is any further benefit
> that a representative can offer to fellows.
> With recent blogs, I've made a final effort to fulfill my obligations to
> keep you informed. I hope fellows have a better understanding of who we
> are and can engage directly with FSFE without a representative. Fellows
> who want to remain engaged with FSFE are encouraged to work through your
> local groups and coordinators as active participation is the best way to
> keep an organization on track.
> This resignation is not a response to any other recent events. From a
> logical perspective, if the Fellowship is going to evolve out of a
> situation like this, it is in the hands of local leaders and fellowship
> groups, it is no longer a task for a single representative.
I would like to thank you for your contributions to FSFE and for your commitment not to shy away from asking the difficult questions and calling out the need for change where it exists. And for volunteering for the fellowship representative position in the first place. It used to be an important position that brought diversity of thought into the FSFE general assembly. Even though the discussion was at times difficult, it was clear that the intentions where to improve FSFE and make it fit for the future.
I wish you all the best for the next big thing, whatever that is for you. Thanks for all your work!
Mirko Boehm | mirko at kde.org | KDE e.V.
FSFE Team Germany
Qt Certified Specialist and Trainer
Request a meeting: https://doodle.com/mirkoboehm
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