Re: Don't disclose election results

Simmer down, you two.

Daniel, I accept that the word "Board" has loaded meaning that is not even
across cultures.  Personally, I think "Advisory Board" captures what the
role of the AB is supposed to be - but the word "board" without the
"advisory" adjective is often far more authoritative than the AB is, or is
intended to be.

I also agree, fwiw, that the AC is misnamed.

That said, I don't care what the AB is called.  Call it the Powerless Cabal
for all I care.  It should be advisory, it should be a advisor to the Team
and the Director, it should be elected.  That's about all I'm chuffed about.

I would prefer, in fact, that membership in the AB is not highly sought
after by employers, as I think it's a strong "for the good of the web"
position.  Personally, I fail to see the problem here (or at least, the
problem that is bigger than so many other problems we have to address), but
maybe I'm just not looking hard enough.

On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 9:01 AM, Sylvain Galineau <> wrote:

> On Jun 4, 2014, at 8:45 AM, Daniel Glazman <
>> wrote:
> > On 04/06/2014 17:22, Sylvain Galineau wrote:
> >
> >> OK...I'm not sure why you'd think your feedback is so contradictory or
> mutually exclusive to mine that you have to appeal to the authority of your
> 9 months at Samsung.
> >
> > You should really refrain from using such 'ad hominem' statement.
> > Not appreciated at all, in particular since my comment was not
> > only related to my employer.
> >
> Says the man who dismisses someone's feedback on the basis of their
> supposed lack of experience with employers of a particular region. Because
> that is obviously respectful and relevant.
> Whatever, dude.

Received on Wednesday, 4 June 2014 16:35:18 UTC