[CentOS-devel] Is this the right channel to address the board?

Wed May 6 08:28:17 UTC 2020
john tatt <zikamev at yahoo.com>

At the first place, what kind of "issue" do you speak of ?
At the second place you tell you are not the only one to claim for replies.  Where are the others ? Whey do they not countersign ?

And at the third place I should say that tou can't ignore who are the people in charge. So why not just send a mail to them instead of using this public list ?

Do you hear me Fabian and otjers ?

    Le Tue May 05 2020 20:31:22 GMT+0200 (CEST), Rich Bowen <rbowen at redhat.com> a écrit :  
 Dear Board of Directors,

Several times over the past months I have raised an issue here - what I 
believe to be the right channel for raising issues to the board - and 
gotten complete radio silence.

This is intensely frustrating.

Now, for me, personally, I can always to go to Karsten, or Jim, or to 
the IRC channel where I know that lots of the board hang out, and I can 
bug individual board members, and be a burr under their saddle until 
stuff gets done. This *cannot* be the means of engagement for our 
community members who don't have that kind of privilege and access.

Is there (or, rather, should there be, since I know there isn't) a 
board at centos.org mailing list where I can raise an issue directly to the 
board - a place where I can actually discuss an issue with the board, 
and expect a response?

We (it's not just me asking) would like to know what is the *correct* 
way to solicit a decision from the Board, so that people can move 
forward with something, rather than just waiting and wondering.


Rich Bowen - rbowen at redhat.com
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