[Foundation-l] Nominating Committee

Milos Rancic millosh at gmail.com
Sat Jun 25 09:03:14 UTC 2011

On 06/25/2011 10:50 AM, Lodewijk wrote:
> I read from several posts that the process with the nominating committee did
> not work out at all. In the mean time the whole nominating committee (and
> therefore any formal procedure where non-board members, read: the community,
> have any say on who gets onto the board in the appointed seat). I might have
> missed it (probably have) but is there some kind of evaluation of the
> functioning of the NomCom and a good reasoning why it was totally abolished?
> Is it clear /why/ it did not work?
> Birgitte seems to suggest it didnt work because procedures were not
> followed. Earlier (don't recall where exactly) (a) board member(s) seemed to
> suggest that it did not work because they were too slow and did not do their
> job. Both arguments seem to me something that can be solved quite easily -
> by starting to follow procedures or by getting different people on the
> committee.
> Perhaps someone who was there on the board at the time could clarify?

Ting and Michael Snow were the members of NomCom from the Board at that
time. Michael was the chair of NomCom, if I remember well.

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