eadam at co.lincoln.or.us
Tue Jan 22 14:55:34 PST 2013
On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 12:05 PM, Cameron Shorter
<cameron.shorter at gmail.com> wrote:
> I love the concept you are suggesting, but question the name "Emeritus",
> primarily because it is a term I suspect many are not familiar with. (I
> needed to look it up). However looking around I can't seem to find the right
> replacement word.
In the US, I think 'Emeritus' is a common word. Especially so in academia.
Best Regards, Eli
> "Honourable OSGeo Guardian" doesn't sound quite right.
> On 22/01/13 05:47, Seven (aka Arnulf) wrote:
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>> this is a short concise summary of what an emeritus board member is:
>> I would like to be recognized as an emeritus board member and continue
>> to promote OSGeo as best I can. So far I have used "I was the last
>> president", "Ex-president", "was on the board of directors" but they
>> all somehow have this "Ex" sound to it and compel to continue thinking
>> "and then left because ... ?, she wasn't happy / no good / for good,
>> because they suck, because they thought she sucks) and so on.
>> Therefore I want to propose to have a regular emeritus status.
>> To avoid the cons listed in the link above we can either leave it to
>> the outgoing member to ask for it (which I herewith do) or let the
>> current board (or maybe a charter member) make a motion to this
>> effect. Or something else that I have not thought of, obviously.
>> And btw: Thanks for keeping the wheel turning. I am very happy to see
>> that things are continuing to work well!
>> - -- Seven of Nine
>> Exploring Body, Space and Mind
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