#280 addcomm-ops member
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addcomm-ops member
sumantrom • 2 years ago  
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  = CommOps Team Member


+ == How to become a CommOps Team Member:


+ Please Refer to https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/commops/contribute/join/ to this section.


+ Community Operations (CommOps) team members provide tools, resources, and utilities for different sub-projects of Fedora to improve effective communication.


+ -  Work closely with Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator to prioritize key focus areas

+ - Work closely with the Mindshare Committee to actualize initiatives

+ - Assist Fedora Program Manager with release preparations

+ - Support preparation and execution of Fedora Elections

+ - Work with sub-projects and teams to improve on-boarding methods and practices

+ - Use metrics and data to improve understanding of Fedora community

+ - Support development of metrics tooling


+ == Teams you will be closely working with


+    * Mindshare Committee

+    * Fedora Design & Badges

+    * Fedora Council

+    * Community Outreach teams (Ambassadors, Join SIG, )


+ == Current members


+ The FAS group currently holds the list of people who are currently

+ https://accounts.fedoraproject.org/group/commops/


+ == Contact information


+ * Discourse forum: https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/c/project/commops

+ * IRC channel:  #fedora-commops on Libera.Chat

+ * Telegram group: @fedoracommops on Telegram

+ * Matrix/Element: https://matrix.to/#/#fedora-commops:matrix.org


+ == How to retire from CommOps


+ Life happens, things get busy, and interests change. This is a natural part of life that we embrace in the Fedora community. Whether you are moving to a new team in Fedora or taking a break altogether, it is important to have an avenue to retire. CommOps Team memmbers looking to retire should open a thread on the CommOps Discourse forum with a retirement message- it doesn’t have to be long (or it can be!) to let your teammates know you will be retiring or taking a break. This gives everyone a chance to thank you for all your efforts in CommOps!


+ The CommOps Team will also run a yearly group cleanup. This entails running a script to search for inactive users(Fedora Account System) and reaching out to them directly via their Fedora Project email. It is absolutely fine to respond to this as “I want to stay involved” or “I will be back soon” or “I am unable to be a part at this time”.


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