[squeak-dev] [Election] Candidate Questions - was Re: [Election]
Candidate list with 11 candidates is final,
6 days until election starts!
Ken G. Brown
kbrown at mac.com
Sat Mar 6 23:38:22 UTC 2010
Thanks to all those running for the election.
I would like to know what each candidate thinks about creating 'Terms of Reference' or 'Terms of Engagement' or 'Constitution' or 'Clear Governance Articles' or 'Rules and Regulations' for the Squeak Oversight Board, named something agreeable, along with a great mission statement.
From <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-profit_organization>, I see some things to think about listed in the Legal aspects section.
... there are, nevertheless, some structural elements of prime legal importance:
- Economic activity
- Supervision and management provisions
- Accountability and Auditing provisions
- Provisions for the amendment of the statutes or articles of incorporation
- Provisions for the dissolution of the entity
- Tax status of corporate and private donors
- Tax status of the foundation
Maybe these do not apply exactly, but I would like to know what the candidates see as the most sensible path forward in this regard.
Ken G. Brown
At 9:23 PM -0800 3/4/10, Andreas Raab apparently wrote:
>Since this is the campaigning period I'd like to invite people to ask questions. Most of the candidates have made statements about their interests and directions, so I feel the floor should be open for the community to ask questions.
>If there's anything you would like to know from the candidates before you cast your vote, now's a pretty good time to get some answers :-)
> - Andreas
>On 3/4/2010 5:37 AM, Göran Krampe wrote:
>>The candidates for the 2010 Squeak Oversight Board are now finalized and
>>we have 11 brave souls in order of candidacy announcement:
>>* Bert Freudenberg
>>* Andreas Raab
>>* Edgar De Cleene
>>* Chris Muller
>>* Jecel Assumpcao Jr
>>* Matthew Fulmer
>>* Juan Vuletich
>>* Michael Haupt
>>* Randal Schwartz
>>* Gary Dunn
>>* Craig Latta
>>The election will produce 7 board members and leave 4 out of it until
>>next year :)
>>Now, there are 6 days left for campaigning until the actual ballots are
>>sent out and voting starts. Voting goes on for a full week.
>>Again, all details are on the wiki page below and if you didn't get a
>>ballot last year then you need to get onto the voters list BEFORE the
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