We are not "seeing movement" by a vague statement of "we're working on it".
In the case of James Heilman, they said essentially the same thing. What
resulted was a vague statement that used a lot of words to say nothing at
all. There needs to be full disclosure and specifics, not a lot of waffle.
We need a commitment to give a fully detailed statement by a specific time,
or else this isn't "movement", just delaying and obfuscating like last time.
On Thu, Jan 21, 2016 at 10:39 PM, Matthew Flaschen <
> On 01/13/2016 12:00 PM, Fæ wrote:
>> Please make your timetable public, so that the community is reassured
>> that formal communications such as this letter to the board are not a
>> waste of time, and that the WMF chair is not only aware of community
>> concerns but is taking these questions seriously.
> Thank you.
> I don't know if the board is able to make the timetable public, but I also
> think it's important that we know whether the board is still working on
> this issue, or whether they consider it done.
> To that effect, I appreciated your update yesterday (
> where you relayed that (per Patricio) the board is still discussing the
> I am glad to know the Board is working on this. It needs to be handled
> properly, but we also need to see movement.
> Matt Flaschen
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