[OSM-talk] Postponing elections, or other alternatives (Was: Modus operandi of the board)
frederik at remote.org
Fri Oct 24 09:55:53 UTC 2014
On 10/24/2014 10:41 AM, Frederik Ramm wrote:
>> Is there *any* mechanism to put a new question to the full membership in
>> the upcoming election, or is it too late for that?
> The board does not have to call AGMs or do elections. I don't know if
> legally it is too late to cancel the already-announced AGM and election
> but I guess we could simply do it - if we don't show up then there's no
> AGM. It would require a board decision.
If we don't manage to get a board majority to postpone the whole thing,
there's something else we could do at least: Ask those who stand for
election to commit to calling a new GM within a certain time frame, and
offer the membership a "reboot" option.
(Quite frankly, the term limit that's being discussed is nice but I'd
prefer a simple rule that says, at least for the "reboot", that nobody
who ever had a board seat is eligible. Fresh faces strictly.)
Then our members could elect these people and they could then plan the
reboot from the inside. It would not be as strong as an AGM resolution
but better than nothing.
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