[OSGeo-Conf] Voting Results of RfP 2019

Till Adams till.adams at fossgis.de
Tue Dec 19 03:11:11 PST 2017


I will care about the non-voters in the upcoming days and contact them
personally. For me it's not an issue of shortened time... if you feel
responsible it makes no difference, whether you have three days or five
or eight to just write an email.

The timetable was communicated clear and briefly, so that can't be an
issue. Steven made it although he travels somewhere around in deepest
India ;-)


Am 19.12.2017 um 09:46 schrieb MarĂ­a Arias de Reyna:
> Hi,
> On Tue, Dec 19, 2017 at 9:40 AM, massimiliano cannata
> <massimiliano.cannata at gmail.com
> <mailto:massimiliano.cannata at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Congratulations to Bucharest and thanks to Sevilla.
>     As an observer is quite bad to see that 1/3 of the s"elected"
>     people of the voting conference committee didn't vote, considering
>     this is one of the few task they have....
> You are right, but consider that probably they have many other tasks
> from other committees. So I wouldn't be too hard on them. It is them
> who should decide if they should resign and let others vote.
> What maybe was more decisive here was cutting the time for voting. I
> understand it was not an easy decision, but at the same time, maybe it
> would have been wise to delay the voting a bit, if the voters had
> problems deciding. Voting in a hurry is usually no good strategy.
> Can I ask people who didn't vote why they didn't vote? It was a lack
> of time? A difficult decision and you decided to abstain?
> I don't need to know who they were, sure. Maybe the CROs of this
> voting can do a compilation of answers?

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