[Osmf-talk] voting fraud
richlv at nakts.net
Sun Feb 3 23:59:04 UTC 2019
On 04.02.19 01:24, Steve Friedl wrote:
>> Heather thinks it is sad (and I agree) that the concept of human dignity appears to have gotten out of sight in this discussion.
> How might a proper respect for human dignity manifest itself in this discussion?
Thank you Heather for reminding about us about how these 100+ (there
were more than just a hundred; exact number of abused people depends on
how many of the registrants were also perpetrators) humans who were
being used as tools here.
Steve, for me, the respect for these people amounts to an even greater
dislike for the organisers of this event. Trying to imagine myself in
the position of the GL employees being abused this way, I'd feel
extremely powerless and abused by the company - even if it was only a
few individuals in the company who were responsible for this.
Perhaps we should reach out to the individuals to assure them of OSM
community welcoming them as individuals no matter what, and offering an
anonymous channel to share information on how the company, or
individuals there, coerced them.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wolfgang Zenker <wolfgang at lyxys.ka.sub.org>
> Sent: Sunday, February 3, 2019 3:12 PM
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> Subject: Re: [Osmf-talk] voting fraud
> * Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com> [190203 23:46]:
>>> On 1. Feb 2019, at 13:03, Heather Leson <heatherleson at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Lastly, I said it before - people work, they have jobs, and they contribute to OSM. I think the saddest part of this whole discussion is the lack of appreciate that we are talking about 100 human beings and company. 100 human beings. It seems to me this is getting lost in the notes.
>> Heather, I have read the paragraph a few times, but I was not able to understand what you wanted to say with it.
>> Would you mind to explain in simple words what you meant with these sentences?
>> Are you pointing at the possibility MWG’s conclusions could be misguided and these are just a 100 normal OSMF members like anyone else? Who should appreciate what, but doesn’t?
> Let me try to help: Many participants in this discussion talk about these 100 new members from India as if they were a kind of gambling chip in a power game, while in reality they are not "things" but human beings like yourself. Heather thinks it is sad (and I agree) that the concept of human dignity appears to have gotten out of sight in this discussion.
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