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[rpd] PDWG Co-Chairs Selection pursuant to Section 3.3 of CPM - Status @ 9 April 2021
lucillafornarosawamoto at gmail.com
Sat Apr 10 10:18:30 UTC 2021
I agree with those who said that Wijdane and Anthony have been muscled out
of the race to make it easier for Vincent and Darwin to be elected. Even
assuming that we cannot overpass those technicalities that don't allow
Wijdane and Anthony to be candidates, what about Elvis? His candidacy had
no issues, why we did not even consider him for the position? It doesn't
look fair to me.
Il giorno sab 10 apr 2021 alle ore 17:12 Murungi Daniel via RPD <
rpd at afrinic.net> ha scritto:
> Dear Yakmut,
> If the candidates in question did not have the competency to fill out an
> application form with one providing fake nominator info and others with no
> seconders, why should the community trust them to handle the sensitive
> duties of a Co-chair which include moderating the RPD list, proof reading,
> crossing Ts and dotting Is on policy documents, communicating with the
> board, et cetera?
> Are you suggesting that we ignore the candidates who took the time to do
> their due diligence, fill out the applications with appropriate info, and
> submit them on time?
> To Lucilla and the others seeking some form of leniency, in what universe
> has an examiner ever allowed a test taker to correct their answers after
> their test scripts have been graded and returned?
> Honestly, it is this cavalier attitude from some members and the former
> Co-chairs that has the RPD in a tail-spin. This is the Resource Policy
> Discussion list not Twitter or Facebook. A tool whose output is essential
> to the administration of number resources in the region. Let us all treat
> it with the respect it deserves.
> Murungi Daniel
> On 10 Apr 2021, at 9:20 AM, Daniel Yakmut via RPD <rpd at afrinic.net> wrote:
> …… More so, I want to observe some candidates were practically muscled out
> of the race through technicalities to prepare way for the two “confirmed
> persons". Again, I hope we can sustain our actions in the future. I insist
> that we are coming out of this process with inconsistencies.
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