Agree Sam additionally it'd be even more grueling for some candidates who
would be expected to field these calls at 2-3 in the morning and then be
compared to someone who was fortunate enough to have their chat at 2-3 in
the afternoon..

As for publishing a list of who voted I see no issue with that, also not
all that concerned about the way we voted being published either as it is
the result of consultation with our members, within our committee, and with
no further factors to consider raised by the people who attended the Berlin
Conference WMAU committee reconfirmed our votes last night. All which will
be on the public record anyway when our Secretary publishes the minutes
from that meeting

On 4 May 2016 at 00:05, Sam Klein <> wrote:

> On Tue, May 3, 2016 at 11:52 AM, attolippip <> wrote:
> >
> > JFYI, Wikimedia Ukraine has not voted yet, as we wanted to talk to the
> > candidates via skype/hangouts before making the final decision [1] [2]
> [3]
> > [4] [5] [6]
> > And during Wikimedia Conference we had a chance to talk only to three
> > people.
> >
> Does this mean that each candidate is expected to have 40 different 1-hr
> Skype chats, one with each chapthorg?  That sounds grueling. I thought the
> value of public questions was that candidates could answer once instead of
> 40 times.
> Sam
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