I’m going through a transition stage right now where I want to take a step backwards from this team.
My new focus is on empowering participation at Mozilla, which does encompass Community Ops, just on a less technical level.
Right now I’m in a process of mentoring new contributors to take on the Community Ops roles that I worked on. Please give them a warm welcome and make sure that you support them during their beginning stages in the team.
As part of my less technical role, I will still continue to do the following things that are relevant to Community Ops:
- Triage and consult on Community requests.
- Help design procedure and policy that embraces participation
- Research community and help decide how we can best support them.
For now I still am working on some technical things to support my new contributors in learning their roles. I’ll also still be available for any questions you have about things I have knowledge on
As I move away from this technical work, I’ll let you know which tools to revoke my access on. I’m going to retain access to a couple of things, since they have really useful data that relates to my new focus.
I’m not going to discuss in-depth about why I’m moving on Discourse. Feel free to ask for more info, but essentially, I’m bored. I also have been doing more participation things lately, and have been really enjoying them. I don’t have time for both.