Thanks for the update. So we're at 62% voted, another 21%
probably-voting, and 17% silent, with voting ending tonight. An
improvement on last year, at least!
On 6 May 2016 at 15:32, Chris Keating <chriskeatingw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Just an update on this:
> Currently 26 of the eligible affiliates have voted. A further 9 have either
> confirmed they are planning to vote, or have engaged substantively in the
> process (e.g. by nominating someone or participating in the Wikimedia
> Conference session on the subject). I'd expect most of them will do so.
> Those whose intentions I don't know at all include Hong Kong, Hungary,
> Czech Republic, India, Macedonia, and Macau. At least one of those appears
> to be completely inactive.
> Many thanks
> On Tue, May 3, 2016 at 12:43 PM, Lane Rasberry <l...@bluerasberry.com>
>> As of now, 13 of 42 eligible organizations have voted in the 2016 chapters'
>> election for 2 of 10 Wikimedia Foundation seats on the board of trustees.
>> In the last election, 1/3 of organizations did not vote. Anyone who wishes
>> to influence the election could do so by asking sleepier chapters to vote
>> by the May 7 end of election.
>> Feel free also to pressure more active chapters to do their duty to support
>> less organized chapters in voting. Support can mean having
>> chapter-to-chapter encouragement to vote. All chapters appreciate being
>> reminded. All eligible organizations are supposed to vote. The election
>> result is more sound with more votes.
>> Lane Rasberry
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