Patrick Shanahan wrote:
- Richard Brown RBrownCCB@opensuse.org [09-06-18 15:47]:
On Thu, 6 Sep 2018 at 20:43, Per Jessen email@example.com wrote:
That is fair enough, I absolutely accept your position. Now shall we bring the proposal to a vote? I mean, let's finish the thread by tabling a motion for the board to vote on. I am not sure if my wording is good enough, I would prefer if someone could help out.
Yes, I would certainly like to know who voted what afterwards. :-)
Answering your question with a question - why should this be something the Board decide on? should we instead consider this as a Membership vote?
instead of volumous almost answers, do it and stop talking about it. bring the matter to a vote. and probably the vote should be by the Membership as it will define actions expected from those who that same Membership ultimately elects.
asking for a close of debate and:
I hereby move for a vote by the Membership to mandate a public record of the comitteemenbers vote for, against or abstention of, for $SUBJECT, to be included in the minutes. a reason for the particular vote would be welcome but not mandatory. note that private matters as those of a particularly personal matter or of non-disclosure type would be considered outside this direction.
call for seconds
I second the motion.
Sorry about the delay, real life keeps getting in the way. I would be happy to leave it to the Board to decide, but only provided the votes are made public.