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[rpd] WE NEED YOUR INPUT, MAXIMUM BY TUESDAY 16TH NOON: Decision of way forward for new (transition or elected) co-chairs
silber.mike at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 09:45:18 UTC 2021
Really humbling that a WG member from outside our region is the one trying to drive to consensus.
Some comments inline.
> On 11 Feb 2021, at 11:28, Jaco Kroon <jaco at uls.co.za> wrote:
> Hi Jordi,
> Thank you for your drive on this.
> On 2021/02/11 10:45, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ via RPD wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Following the previous email, we have 4 choices for selecting the new co-chairs:
>> 1. Halt everything regarding PDP decisions, until the board can organize on-line elections in a few weeks (with the previous electoral census).
Agree with 1.
> Pros for (1) / Cons against (2):
> - quicker turn around for (1)
> - we don't know when feasible we would be able to arrange for (2)
> Cons against (1) / Pros for (2)
> - Easier to generate bogus votes for (1).
>> 3. Ask the board to choose 2 transition co-chairs, so we can have elections in the future (option 2 above).
>> 4. Nominate ourselves a few names for transition co-chairs and let the board to decide among them, once they confirm their willingness to take the job, so we can have elections in the future (option 2 above).
> Personally I don't really think that (3) and (4) are two distinct
> options, more like we should try to get recommendations / nominees to
> the board as per 4, and then give the board prerogative to select the
> candidates (even from non-nominees if none of the nominees have the
> required background / skills / suitability, obviously with motivations).
Agreed. I like the option of 4 + 3 if we can get some rough consensus on this list of some nominees. Particularly if (1) takes some time.
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