On 5 September 2011 09:12, Gordon Joly <gordon.joly(a)pobox.com> wrote:
I humbly assert that this process (many Wikipedians,
face to face, in a
pub in London) breaks any modern standards of the selection process
(e.g. all candidates being asked the same set of questions).
Well, the way I see it it's more that it's an opportunity for the
potential Chiefs Executive to consider whether they really want to
serve our community - so best behaviour from all attendees, please!
Certainly, I wouldn't want the Board to make a decision based on a few
idle chats in a pub, but I'm sure they wouldn't.
James D. Forrester
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