Re: [board-discuss] Board of Directors Meeting 2020-04-24
Uwe: it's a shame that your tone is aggressive, and that you assume bad faith, because it
undermines the point you're making, which I believe is a good one.
Board: To phrase Uwe's question differently: can we on this list expect swifter and more
comprehensive minutes in future? Could inexpensive process changes be made to enable that?
On 14 May 2020 13:55:11 GMT+02:00, Uwe Altmann <email@example.com> wrote:
Am 13.05.20 um 11:54 schrieb Stephan Ficht:
The meeting commences at 13:05
ends 13:09 Berlin time.
...and the minutes then need two an a half weeks to be published? And at time there was really
nothing worth working on it? Or reporting to the community?
Ain't you ashamed of this document of obvious idleness? There are open issues which damage the
Foundation and the community as long they are not solved and you dare to just do nothing? Or at
least to tell us nothing about what has been discussed and/or done?
Just to remind item 4 of the last TDF board meeting: "4. Discuss: one of the highest Ranking in
budget vote: ...what to do in general...(Lothar, All 5 minutes, if needed shifted to the private
I' afraid 5 minutes will be not good enough by half. And besides that: A shift to the private part
is not welcome at all.
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