On Thu, 29 Nov 2018 at 23:55, Vinzenz Vietzke <vinz(a)vinzv.de> wrote:
as far as I can see the "new" membership process is still under rework. As
there are three board seats open and people needed to fill them (and do the
work included) I wanted to know:
Is joining openSUSE and directly running for board something totally
inappropriate? Or would it be worth the work stepping up and writing some
words of intentions and plans?
Would be great to hear you thoughts.
As you are discussing candidacy eligibility, this is a topic that only
our election officials can give an authoritative answer to (CC'd)
My personal thoughts, are that it is something I personally would like
to see possible;
Speaking from experience, I feel the Board operates best when it
represents the diversity and vibrancy of our community, and that most
certainly includes a new generation of fresh enthusiastic faces who
may only recently be becoming openSUSE members.
But, like I said, that's my personal view. It's up to the election
officials to decide how to interpret our rules on this topic, they
have a much more intimate handle on the logistics and practicalities
of the situation, and I absolutely trust and support their decisions.
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