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[rpd] Guessing is not the way to verify information

Lu Heng at
Thu Jun 5 16:11:51 UTC 2014


I believe as the election process goes--it shouldn't be a black box,
instead, it should be transparent.

The result in this case, is not matter all--I do not have any personal
gain of being a policy working group chair as well as for my company,
for me, being involving in the process is good experience itself. It
is how they process the nomination process is all it is matters, if it
is fair, transparent, and legitimate, saying an nomination committee
as black box is already means it is not transparent so it's legitimacy
is in question as well.

I believe it is universal common sense any nomination committee on
this planet would not base its candidates background information on
guessing, it is irresponsibility to the nomination itself as well as
being very in appreciate for the candidates--no body wants other
people decided who you are for you.

On Thu, Jun 5, 2014 at 6:58 PM, Bill Woodcock <woody at> wrote:
> On Jun 5, 2014, at 8:41 AM, Lu Heng < at> wrote:
>> Today on the floor that is a common said guessing is a way to
>> verifying information for noncom--as long as you guess it right.
>> I think it is not the right way of doing things.
> Lu:
> You’re misunderstanding the role of a nomcom.  The role of a nomcom is to advance a slate of qualified candidates to the voters.  It _really doesn’t matter_ how they do it, so long as they succeed.  Nomcoms are a black box.  All that matters is the result.  And the result, as you’ve admitted, was correct.
>                                 -Bill
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