[Foundation-l] wikicouncil

iloveplankton ilpnewsletter at gmail.com
Sun Dec 30 23:12:19 UTC 2007

<sarcasm>Didn't you know? There isn't any.</sarcasm>


hillgentleman wrote:
> Eric,
>  I am still puzzled.  In your model below,  I can only see the cycle
> trustees->ed
>  and
> trustees+ ed(+external experts) ->nominating committee -> trustees
> Where is the community input?
> Best,
> H.
>> * One possible model: a set of criteria for Board members, with an
>> expert Nominating Committee member charged with responsibility for
>> evaluating candidates based on any one criterion. Criteria might
>> include community values, wiki experience, managerial experience,
>> financial skills, understanding of our legal context, collaborative
>> nature, etc.
>> * The NC should recommend a completely new interim Board ASAP (it
>> could and probably should include existing Board members - but this
>> would be up to the NC to decide, based on a serious skills
>> evaluation).
>> * The interim Board would serve for a period of a year; at the end of
>> that period, the NC would recommend to renew terms or replace Board
>> members. New Board members would have to come from the Advisory Board
>> or the Community Council.
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