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RE: [eclipse.org-architecture-council] RE: Nominating Kim Moir
- From: "Oberhuber, Martin" <Martin.Oberhuber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2010 16:08:49 +0200
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- Thread-topic: [eclipse.org-architecture-council] RE: Nominating Kim Moir
the "process for nominating new members" is not new. Please
It clearly has step 1
"Nominations are discussed in a phone meeting"
for exactly the reasons that Boris cited (Big thanks Boris
for bringing this up just in time!). We had set up this process shortly after I
became chair of the AC, and I believe that it is still good (although I'm
happy to discuss it again). I also agree with Dave C that the process should be
a guideline which we don't need to follow
I'll gladly take suggestions
for how to make our existing processes more known and obvious on the web pages
(gee, I had to search them myself for a while, although I had written them some
Regarding the current
Big +1 for Kim on the AC
after reading Boris' and others' responses
Big +1 and thanks for Boris'
I'd also like to not that
the questions I posted were never meant to question Kim's abilities, but they
were meant to question the motives or rationale cited in the nomination. I still
believe that being an AC member is a very highly visible sign of being an
Eclipse Leader. And we can have working groups for tasks sponsored by the AC,
even if not only AC members are in those groups.
Already +1'ed Kim. Just want to +1 the process change too. It's
always important to allow frank discussion and that's best done in a meeting
where we can chose what to record. :).
On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 3:47 PM, Mik Kersten <mik@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I think it would work well to have a process suggestion of raising
nominations on a call before putting forward the email vote.
> > Perhaps we should restrict nominations to occur
only during the phone
> I'm not against this and I
think this would actually be a good idea.