I imagine that this is the email that Trillium is referring to, for those
who are just joining us:
Whether he means that he supported her "dismissal" or supported her
"resignation" is left to the reader.
On 26 April 2016 at 10:49, Pete Forsyth <peteforsyth(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 2:42 PM, Trillium Corsage
> Jimbo responded to arbitrator
GorillaWarfare on this list, basically,
> "yes, I supported with sadness the decision to dismiss Lila."
Wait -- seriously??
I missed this piece until today. But if this is true, it is huge.
Lila's departure was publicly communicated as a resignation -- not as a
"decision [by the board] to dismiss."
Jimmy Wales has been quite vocal about wanting to defer to the board on
what should and should not be communicated.
In this instance, did he seriously acknowledge a vote that was kept
So...Jimmy Wales can share confidential information when it seems
personally convenient to him, but can withhold it when it seems personally
convenient to him -- is that the standard?
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