[Foundation-l] Board election endorsements

Erik Moeller erik at wikimedia.org
Tue Jun 19 20:05:33 UTC 2007

That's true. This is especially misleading because the candidates
start at different times and therefore are always going to collect
different numbers of endorsements. It's turning into a very odd kind
of popularity contest.

Perhaps continue to require a minimum of 12 and cap them at 30 next time?

On 6/19/07, Walter Vermeir <walter at wikipedia.be> wrote:
> I would also like to comment that like it is now with the endorsements
> the look a lot like a vote. A candidate needs to get 12 users to support
> there candidacy.
> Currently the record is 65.
> When a candidate has his 12 users for support, or a few more if there
> where a dispute about some votes, then the endorsement could be closed
> and that candidate labeled as confirmed for the actual vote. Like it
> now you have two votes: a public one and a private one.
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