Re: FYI: TOC Election (Jan 2019)
Bryan Cantrill <bryan@...>
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I don't think that that's correct -- or rather, I don't see any grammatical way that "each individual (entity or member) eligible to nominate a TOC member may nominate..." can possibly refer to 6(e)(i), which describes the composition of the TOC. If that's the intent, 6(e)(ii) would read: "each individual (entity or member) eligible to elect a TOC member may nominate..." (emphasis mine). Again, I believe that our intent when developing the charter was that any member of the CNCF regardless of level would be able to at least nominate members for the TOC. Moreover, when I look back at the nominations from three years ago, I see nominations from CNCF members from all levels (that is, regardless of membership level) -- and I can't find any document that indicates that the nomination process for that first election would have different nomination entity eligibility than our process now.
So it is my belief that all CNCF members can participate in nominations -- not merely those who are on the governing board. Mike, could you weigh in here? This is highly relevant as it affects our current nomination process.
On Wed, Oct 31, 2018 at 4:17 PM Chris Aniszczyk <caniszczyk@...> wrote: