Simon Lees wrote:
On 27/08/2018 02:47, Per Jessen wrote:
Maybe there are a couple of issues here that the Board ought to address.
We don't vote for "us", we vote for "you", so a) how can we know if a board member handles <a situation correctly> if the vote/opinion of the individual is not public?
How do you know I handled a situation correctly if the board has chosen not to make any details of that situation public? Or if the only information we make public is that the board helped resolve a conflict between two people?
In that situation, obviously I can't.
The truth is you will never be able to see everything we do so you'll just have to judge us on the bits you see.
I wasn't suggesting or asking that _every_ vote should be made public, just that it should be perfectly acceptable to do so. As in this case.
when I vote for something in a board meeting i get a chance to justify why I am voting a certain way simply putting my name down in the minutes as voting for or against X does not allow me to justify my reasoning.
There isn't really any need to justify your vote to the community, but the community might still like to know how you represent their interests.