On Fri, 28 Feb 2020 15:21:15 -0500, Robert Schweikert wrote:
But there was little scrutiny and lots of speculation.
Speculation happens in a vacuum of information, and that's what we have.
Principles could simply be that some might think the guy with the orange face living in a white house in Washington DC is a good idea and others do not.
The point being we do not know what happened, we have a request from one of the people involved to not speculate and not ask, and in a follow confirmed that matters are best kept private.
We should respect the desires of those involved and drop it.
It's difficult to drop it when 40% of the board has resigned for what appear to be similar reasons. If there's a problem in the board, something needs to be done to correct that problem, and the membership can't do that when there's no information.