Re: [Wikimedia-l] An Update From the Board

2020-12-06 Thread Dan Szymborski
It's my fault for not posting the link! I actually thought I had. Dan On Sun, Dec 6, 2020 at 9:40 AM Uwe Herzke wrote: > @Pelagic: > > As I just saw, that you were referring to an even older post, that was > about this section on the same talk page, the talk page on Meta about > the changes.

[Wikimedia-l] An Update From the Board

2020-12-06 Thread Uwe Herzke
@Pelagic: As I just saw, that you were referring to an even older post, that was about this section on the same talk page, the talk page on Meta about the changes. That's the first place to look for such stuff, as that's the most legitimate place for such discussions. Where did you expect this?

[Wikimedia-l] An Update From the Board

2020-12-06 Thread Uwe Herzke
@Pelagic: The last update I know of is this here from November 17: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Talk:Wikimedia_Foundation_Board_noticeboard/October_2020_-_Call_for_feedback_about_Bylaws_changes_and_Board_candidate_rubric#Update_after_the_Board_Governance_Committee_meeting_on_Nov_17 Greetings

Re: [Wikimedia-l] An Update From the Board

2020-12-06 Thread Pelagic via Wikimedia-l
Anyone know where Dan would have gotten this update?  I've searched for it without success.  Pelagic Dan Szymborski dszymborski at gmail.com Fri Oct 30 16:53:46 UTC 2020> Surprised to not see this here yet.> ... > In response to comments from community members, the Board GovernanceCommittee >

[Wikimedia-l] An Update From the Board

2020-10-30 Thread Dan Szymborski
Surprised to not see this here yet. Not exactly reassuring and the reference that the community process "may" feature voting is a dark shadow on the rest of this, but it is what it is. === In response to comments from community members, the Board Governance Committee has agreed to incorporate