[SM-Discuss] cauldron lead vote
dkowis at shlrm.org
Wed May 10 15:24:31 EDT 2006
Andrew Stitt wrote:
> On Wed, May 10, 2006 at 02:15:52PM -0500, David Kowis wrote:
>> Jeremy Blosser wrote:
>>> Looking over the docs, we should have started the cauldron lead vote last
>>> week... I guess we missed getting into it with the other stuff going on.
>>> We could pick it up now... however, we're in a transition spot where we
>>> would lack real candidate options. All the current Leads are already
>>> Component Leads.
>>> I personally don't like the idea of postponing a vote for any reason, but
>>> I'm bringing this up in case someone wants to make a motion we put this off
>>> a bit. If we waited a month on this vote (this year only) we would
>>> probably have more candidates available, assuming we manage to elect some
>>> more leads in the next couple of weeks.
>>> Again, I'm not actually proposing we do that, but if some of you think we
>>> should, make a motion so it can get resolved. Otherwise the PL needs to
>>> just get this vote started.
>> So in the interest of potential competition, I'll motion that the vote
>> for Cauldron Lead Position be postponed until next month, just for this
>> year. That does mean that the next person will serve a slightly shorter
> I second the motion.
Before this blossoms into a full vote, I'm proposing that we just do
this, and if someone has an issue with it, put it up as an issue vote.
It doesn't bother me any, and if someone has an issue, well we've got an
issue voting process ;)
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