On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 02:16:42PM +0200, Flavio Percoco wrote: > Top-posting as I'll try to summarize/re-start/reword/whatever the right word > is, > this thread: > > It seems to me that the problem we're trying to solve here is how we can help > voters to make more thoughtful choices (note that I'm not saying they > currently > don't. I'm not judging the voters but, as others, I'm pointing fingers at the > process we've in place). A couple of points have been made around this: > > - We'd like the electorate to be able to ask questions to the candiates > - The time availble doesn't seem to be enough for this > - The ML is great but it might not be the right format for this, especially > with > the amount of emails going through openstack-dev > > Some (rough) ideas: > > - We could have a common place where we collect the threads that ask questions > to the candidates. Ideally, this thread would be kept updated by the members > of the community asking these questions. If I start a new thread, I get the > link and put it in this "common place" The common place could be a wiki page > or anything linkable from the voting URL. > - Link in the voting URL the place where the information about the questions > being asked to the candidates are being aggregated.
That's pretty doable and we could easily trial it. > - Send the ballots every day, if possible. I don't think we can send them everyday, twice might be doable. I'd be happy to to talk to Andrew (The CIVS maintainer/owner) about this. FWIW I think it's very doable to insert a week between the nomination close and the election open for the discussion. Yours Tony.
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