The ends should be used as the justification of the means.
On 4 Oct 2015 21:31, "Pavel Richter" <m...@pavelrichter.de> wrote:
> 2015-10-04 21:55 GMT+02:00 Theo10011 <de10...@gmail.com>:
> > Those are some pretty broad leaps Pavel. They were never tasked to take
> > that decision. They came to a conclusion that the process is broken, they
> > thought to do away with the process, they picked a winner, and set about
> > corresponding with them, without telling anyone. Then, developed an
> > roadmap of where they want to see Wikimania next for the near foreseeable
> > future. All of this was never tasked to them in the first place.
> > This committee isn't "community approved", their mandate isn't community
> > approved. Its members weren't elected, in fact, I don't know why and how
> > these people got on this committee, or how long they will be in-charge -
> > because someone certainly seems to think they are in-charge. Maybe I
> > a call or notification asking to join or approve or comment as to who
> > should be on this committee.
> > Regards
> > Theo
> Theo, you argue process, I argue outcome.
> They faced a problem, they tackled it, they made a decission. And their
> mandate? They *showed up and volunteered*. That is enough mandate in my
> The revolution will not be community-approved.
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