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[rpd] Report from Recall Committee
gregoire.ehoumi at yahoo.fr
Wed Feb 17 00:50:24 UTC 2021
> On Feb 15, 2021, at 11:52 AM, Fernando Frediani <fhfrediani at gmail.com> wrote:
> There is no provision in the current CPM for the Board to choose the Co-Chairs even in such exceptional situation like this. In my view this is unfortunately the PDP hasn't been adjusted yet for this possibility but the reality is that it does not exist anywhere in the CPM.
Let me repeat what other have said:
The PDP does not prescribe any selection mechanism and all we have done in the past was by the WG decision and acceptance.
So the WG may also decide to defer to Board to address the special situation we are in.
> Let's stick to what we have. If we managed to get experienced people to act as temporary-transition Co-Chairs we may be able to improve this part of PDP as well.
If the WG could agree on the option which you seem to support above, we won’t need to defer to any other entity.
But If we continue to waste time and show our inability to self-organize, there are provisions which allows Board to fix the lack of consensus.
> On 15/02/2021 13:45, Sunday Folayan wrote:
>> On 2/15/21 4:07 PM, Gregoire EHOUMI via RPD wrote:
>>>> On Feb 12, 2021, at 6:17 PM, Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com <mailto:owen at delong.com>> wrote:
>>>> How about instead, we follow the rules as you request and have the PDWG select interim co-chairs until the next election?
>>> The PDWG makes decision by consensus and should select interim co-chair(s) easily if behaving as a functional WG
>>> The WG has been spending valuable time and energy in arguing and should have spent the time to select co-chairs via a call of experienced volunteers capable of immediately acting and select the best among them.
>>> We give it a trial and fall back to board?
>> I agree with this. A call for volunteers is a good start point. When there is a slate of n<3, selection is easier.
>> Asking the Board to manage the selection process, is unnecessary anticipation of what may not exist, at this time.
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