2010/9/29 Andreas Jaeger email@example.com:
Rupert Horstkötter firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
It's indeed hard to find a better proposal other than infinite voting. It wasn't clear to me (out of the posted draft text) that such a nominated board member would serve just one year as a restriction. IMO
Hi Rupert, this is the rule "Appointment". do you have an idea on how to change the text so that it's clear for everybody? I don't want to confuse anybody and so I need your help on avoiding that.
Re-reading the rules whole through, especially in combination with the "Appointment" rule, it's now clear that we talk about a one year term for such an appointed board member. That said, I certainly leave it up to your estimation if an additional hint is required within the "Insufficient nominations" rule (for my understanding it is as the rules are tedious long) but in case you decide to change this slightly, we may write
"the new board will appoint them (for a one year term)"
Do you feel this appropriate?