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Re: [opensuse-project] Election getting fixed (was Re: [openSUSE election] Vote now for '"spokesperson" naming'!)
  • From: Satoru Matsumoto <helios_reds@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2009 11:52:04 +0900
  • Message-id: <498A5454.1060206@xxxxxxx>
Martin Lasarsch wrote:

See the mail " /ignore the voting mail ..." from 17:09 ... you don't see
any "candidates" because i chanceled the election again.

More later ...

I got another e-mail today and it seems well this time. :-)

By the way, I have some questions.

Who have the vote for this election ? Who decided who have the vote ?

As we know, community members are grouped into some categories.

[1] Board
[2] "Members" approved by the Board
[3] Registered users in 'User Directory' who support the Guiding
[4] Registered users in 'User Directory' who haven't supported the
Guiding Principles yet.
[5] Persons who think (s)he is a member, want to be a member, ask if
(s)he is a member, as mentioned in
[6] Everyone who uses openSUSE (*)

(*) There's a statement "We consider our users to be part of our
community" in Guiding Principles.

This election is aimed to decide just the name for the 'spokesperson',
and it's not so critical issue for our community, because I consider,
"Who can be the 'spokesperson'?", "What are their tasks ?" ... are much
more important than their name. However, IMHO, in case of organizing
some elections for important things hereafter, we have to discuss who
should have the vote.


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