Squeak Board Elections 2007
karl.ramberg at chello.se
Thu Nov 16 00:27:41 UTC 2006
Adrian Lienhard skrev:
> Is there something written up about the goals and responsibilities of
> the board?
> squeak.org pointed to http://smallwiki.unibe.ch/squeakfoundation/
> which seems to be the predecessor of http://www.squeakfoundation.org/,
> which, however, seems quite out of date since it does not reflect the
> "newly" elected board.
Well, www.squeakfoundation.org is a quite new setup by Brad Fuller and
Ken Causey. Brad have just copied the pages from the old site over to
the new one. I guess the board will have to go trough the stuff there
and change it to reflect the current situation.
I think there is a issue with persistency on Pier.
If you have any suggestions we will be happy to hear.
> On Nov 15, 2006, at 19:42 , Daniel Vainsencher wrote:
>> Hi everyone, 2007 is growing near, and with it our elections - last
>> year's took place in February. There is no set time line yet, but one
>> of the conclusions from last time is that the elections take quite a
>> bit of time to unfold. So the beginning of the timeline is not very
>> far off.
>> Before that happens, we might do well to consider how things went the
>> previous time, and what we should change. For example, in a thread
>> titled "Election results" Ron mentioned he would have preferred a bit
>> more campaigning for candidates (by themselves and by others), and
>> some agreed. I for one would certainly be happy if we had a
>> significantly higher ratio of candidates to positions this year.
>> Of course we now have a years worth of experience with one elected
>> board. Has this time affected how you think the elections should run?
>> has it affected what you think the board members you elect should do?
>> Dear Board - I'm sure both the voters and particularly potential
>> candidates would love to hear your point of view as well.
>> Now's the time to start talking about the elections.
>> Daniel Vainsencher
>> Elections team leader
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