[Mageia-discuss] Vote for board

Wolfgang Bornath molch.b at googlemail.com
Mon Mar 12 14:01:06 CET 2012

2012/3/12 Remco Rijnders <remco at webconquest.com>:
> On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 12:49:27PM +0100, Michael wrote in
> <1331552967.1167.212.camel at liliana.cdg.redhat.com>:
>>> I think what I tried to say... it is good to have the policies and
>>> procedures clear up front and to stick to them, even when they might seem
>>> overly bureaucratic to us now. In the future, when we might face issues,
>>> it is good to have established procedures we can point to instead of
>>> having people claim "but you did x back then".
>> Nice try, but as seen on -dev, when i try to follow the procedure and
>> rules, people complain, and when i don't, people ask me to do so.
> Well, first of all, people will always find something to complain about...
> That said, and assuming you are referring to what I think you are referring
> to... I think in that case the confusion is about what the policy really is.
> The criteria as mentioned in the last meeting seem to differ from what I
> read on the -dev list now. I don't care much one way or the other, but I
> think here too being clear on the policy is the most important thing.
> Secondly, and I do mean this in the nicest and most constructive way... it
> would not hurt if also other developers / council members would speak their
> mind when such things come up. For this we need 1) them to speak up more, 2)
> for you to not to speak on their behalf when you have not consulted them
> yet.

Additional to Remco's first sentence we should not mix unrelated discussions.
At hand is a discussion of the associates about a policy for the
election of members of the board.


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