On 29/04/2015 10:57, Dariusz Jemielniak wrote:
In fact, one could experiment with adding WMF as an
to chapters to elections of "chapter seats", and banning WMF/chapters
employees from "community seats" elections altogether ;) But
seriously, I think the practical thing to do would be to start working
on the rules of next elections right after the current ones are over,
and introduce eligibility based on actual activity only (with possible
lower requirements). best, dj "pundit"
The problem with that is the assumption that just because an
organisation (whether it be WMF, WMDE, WMFR, WMUK, WMAT, ...) has a
voice in the affiliate seats, that their employees/members have a say in
how their organisation vote for those seats. Different organisation will
come to their conclusion differently, whether that be an open discussion
within their community, internal board discussion, vote amongst its
members, or even possibly delegation to a sub-committee/person to decide.
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