[maemo-community] Discussion about Maemo community management...

From: Tim tim at samoff.com
Date: Mon Feb 16 16:09:39 EET 2009

You make some good points, but they seem a little 'out-dated' to me when
considering the current state of online cmmunities/social networks. Not
that this is a _bad_ thing per se, just... We can choose to agree to
disagree on the subject. (And, honestly, the Community Council should
also be able to do much of what I outlined, if only for more time in the
day!) :)

Nevertheless, I'm glad I sent it to the List for future reference.


On Mon, 16 Feb 2009 11:34:03 +0200
Quim Gil <quim.gil at nokia.com> wrote:

> ext Sebastian 'CrashandDie' Lauwers wrote:
> > At this point, I am more confused about the difference with Quim's
> > position. Could we have some more information in this area?
> My main focus is open source. This makes me look sometimes as a Maemo
> community manager since many contributors and topics have a link with
> this. But for instance I don't deal much with end users or developers
> for general topics. I don't touch hardware either, which is a topic of
> clear interest for the community.
> There is other people at Nokia working on these areas. They are
> working on Maemo 5 related tasks and their work will be more visible
> when Maemo 5 itself is more visible.
> Still, I don't think anybody of us should assume the role of a
> community manager since the Maemo community should manage itself.

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