Re: Introducing "TOC Contributor" role

Justin Garrison <justinleegarrison@...>

I like more community involvement but I think we need clarification on how contributors and ambassadors are different?​ What role does each play and where is there overlap? When signing up to be a contributor or ambassador what is expected of you?

I know both are still being defined but I think having too many ways to get involved may cause confusion.

Justin Garrison

On Tue, Aug 22, 2017 at 2:39 PM, Alexis Richardson via cncf-toc <cncf-toc@...> wrote:
To all TOC community,

People have been asking "how can the TOC get more help to get things done?".  The TOC welcomes help from people who are both capable and willing.  Specifically we could use hands-on help with things like WGs, technical DD and content creation.

We believe that recognition is important for many reasons, and so it is proposed that "TOC Contributors" be a thing.  A sketch of this idea is here:

As with similar proposals we can iterate towards a vote.  Feedback via the draft doc is now solicited from the community.  Or just comment on this list: "+1", "yay, but ..", "over my dead body", etc.  


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