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Re: Diversity fund selection committee

From: <deborah.kaplan@suberic.net>
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2019 12:12:38 -0500 (Eastern Standard Time)
To: Léonie Watson <lw@tetralogical.com>
cc: Madlaina Kalunder <madlaina.kalunder@gmx.ch>, public-idcg@w3.org
Message-ID: <alpine.WNT.2.20.1902131210360.14516@sierra>
To be clear, I'm not concerned with having more sponsor representatives than WDCG or IDCG people, and I agree that an elected committee has its own issues. My only worry is just that "one person from each sponsor" can be a number that varies widely, which can have a big effect on the makeup of the committee. But, again, I'm probably just borrowing trouble; if it turns out to be problematic we can always propose changing the system for future years.


On Wed, 13 Feb 2019, Léonie Watson wrote:

> Thanks Deborah and Madlaina.
> Can you help me understand, what is the concern with having more sponsor 
> representatives on the committee than W3 or IDCG people?
> The sponsors will be W3C member organisations. Last year it was Microsoft, 
> Samsung Internet, ConsenSys, and The Paciello Group. We don't know who will 
> sponsor in 2019 of course, so previous sponsors doesn't give us much to go on 
> it's true.
> My concern with an elected committee is that it creates a lot of overhead. If 
> we think it's worth it, then I'm sure we could do it though.
> One immediate question is who would be able to vote in the election? 
> Suggestions include members of this CG, members of the AC, or anyone involved 
> with the W3C.
> Léonie.
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