SPI Board elections cleverly concealed on the spi-announce mailing list
branden at debian.org
Tue Jul 27 16:58:01 UTC 2004
It's come to my attention that some people have the impression that the SPI
Board Member elections weren't announced.
Well, looking at <URL:
http://lists.spi-inc.org/pipermail/spi-announce/2004/thread.html >, we
# Annual board member elections Wichert Akkerman
# Call for votes for annual board member elections Wichert Akkerman
It is true, however, that the announcement of elections is not on the front
page of the SPI web site, and it should be.
In my assessment, SPI could use more assistance when it comes to
secretarial and website update issues in particular. You can help be a
part of the solution. Vote in the election and attend the next SPI board
meeting, on 3 August at 1900 UTC, in the #spi channel on irc.oftc.net.
Choose your representatives and hold their feet to the fire to ensure that
your organization meets your expectations. Every Debian Developer is
entitled to a voice. Many of us have used those voices to express
dissatisfaction with SPI -- it would be good if those same voices could be
used to take action as well.
Thanks for your attention.
(Full disclosure: I'm one of the candidates in this election.)
G. Branden Robinson | I am sorry, but what you have
Debian GNU/Linux | mistaken for malicious intent is
branden at debian.org | nothing more than sheer
http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | incompetence! -- J. L. Rizzo II
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