[Osmf-talk] Candidate's views? Re: Board decision on Crimea complaint

Dan Stowell danstowell at gmail.com
Tue Dec 11 10:30:48 UTC 2018


I'm curious too. But I think this year's approach, of fixing the
candidate questions in advance, and presenting them all together, is a
much fairer way of doing things, and so I'd much prefer it if we do
not wander off into miscellaneously-organised threads. For fairness to
the candidates, let's focus on the official Q&A.


Op di 11 dec. 2018 om 10:21 schreef Rory McCann <rory at technomancy.org>:
> Hi fellow members,
> I am curious what candidates to the board think about this decision. I
> know there was the existing questions, but this is a new topic which
> came up recently. But if you're a candidate for the board, and you have
> an opinion on this, I'd like to hear, and I'm sure other members would
> too. How would you vote if you were on the board now? What
> do you think? Please don't be afraid to say something publicly (here,
> the wiki, user diaries, etc).
> Rory
> On 10/12/2018 17:55, Martijn van Exel wrote:> Hi all,
>  >
>  > On November 17, the OSMF Board of Directors received a request to
> review the Nov 14, 2018 Data Working Group decision regarding Crimea.
>  >
>  > The Board decided that this decision is to be reversed and the
> previous situation, as laid out in the May 5, 2014 Data Working Group
> minutes, is to further remain in effect.
>  >
>  > The board highly values the Data Working Group’s work and appreciates
> the difficulty and complexity of the cases they are asked to review on
> an ongoing basis.
>  >
>  > A more comprehensive statement will follow in the next weeks.
>  >
>  > Best regards,
>  > Martijn van Exel
>  > Secretary, OpenStreetMap Foundation
>  >
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