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On Mon, Feb 8, 2016 at 6:17 AM, Tim Starling <tstarl...@wikimedia.org>
> On 07/02/16 09:41, Chris Keating wrote:
> >> I have some one question for you.
> >> I am having a very hard time wrapping my head around how the grant
> >> information you posted lead to WMF BoT voting James Heilman of the
> board in
> >> a vote of no-confidence.
> > Ruslan - what makes you think the two issues are connected?
> > I have heard nothing from the WMF that suggests that they are.
> > A few other people are trying to draw some link between the two, but the
> > burden of proof is on them not on Lila....
> Maybe you missed this:
> In which James Heilman, by way of explaining why he was removed from
> the board, complains of a lack of transparency, links to the
> announcement of the Knight Foundation grant, and comments "many
> details however are still missing."
> -- Tim Starling
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