Am 20.02.20 um 15:11 schrieb Michael Meeks:
On 20/02/2020 13:57, Andreas Mantke wrote:
Am 20.02.20 um 14:47 schrieb Franklin Weng:
I, Franklin Weng, elected member of the Board of Directors of The
Document Foundation, hereby and until further notice, nominate the
following deputies to represent me during board calls and meetings, in
the order set forth below:
1. Nicolas Christener
2. Paolo Vecchi
if I remember correctly Nicolas is partner of Collabora. Thus there
might be three person with the same affiliation in the board call, if
he'll represent you. This wouldn't be in accordance with the statutes.
As Franklin is also a partner, that seems rather moot.
it's your view on the statutes and the reasons for the rule about
affiliation. I don't share that.
Beyond that - I think, once again, your interpretation of affiliation
is not one that stands up to scrutiny.
It is also somewhat offensive to insinuate that Collabora's partners
are not free agents who can and do act in the best interests of the
community they were elected to represent.
From the statutes, It really doesn't matter, what they are doing,
thinking etc. The rule about affiliation tries to prevent TDF from
_possible_ CoI and predominance.
I want to underline that I don't think the way you try to impute to me.
I learned a lot from your reply and its tone.
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