Open Conversation to Mozilla Leadership

(Daniele Scasciafratte) #1

After many months the Open Conversation is finally published!

This document required a lot of time in the last months after the change of Reps Council members and also internal changes inside Mozilla, with a new rewrite from scratch to be updated and aligned with the actual status.

All your input was very valuable for the recent discussion around Leadership for the Mission-Driven Mozillians project. We invite you to join that conversation with all your feedback by heading over to the collection of threads around the different principles around Leadership. Any feedback and suggestions to the posted questions is highly valuable!

Open Conversation:
The original thread: [Call for input] Open Letter to Mozilla Leadership

[Call for input] Open Letter to Mozilla Leadership
(Florian Gilcher) #2

The document requires access permissions.

And… what’s an “open conversation”? The initial thread spoke of an “Open Letter”.

(Daniele Scasciafratte) #3

Sorry wrong link -.-'
We changed the name to Conversation to be more open for the discussion.
The right one is

(Florian Gilcher) #4

I hate to say so, but I don’t feel represented by this letter at all. It neither reflects my complaints, nor does it transmit a sense of urgency. It’s extremely fluff.

It’s mostly a writeup of action of the recent month and drops a lot of the complaints in the linked thread under the table. It doesn’t name issues and doesn’t directly point them out. Basically, it asks people tor read this thread themselves, which cannot be the point of such a document:

(Michal Stanke) #5

I agree with @skade. Reading the letter I am not even sure if there are any problems pointed out. It’s just a statement of current situation, I see it as a longer version saying the same as the opening post of the initiating thread.