Sam Hartman wrote:
I agree - making the candidate list public would allow the nomcom to get
"Jari" == Jari Arkko <jari(_dot_)arkko(_at_)piuha(_dot_)net> writes:
Jari> Dave, I'm generally happy with the Nomcom process (and I
Jari> believe its a better alternative than direct voting).
Jari> However, I do agree with you that making the candidate list
Jari> public would be useful.
As was said earlier in the thread, any I* job subjects the appointee to
scrutiny, so it could be argued that those unwilling to put their name
in public were unprepared for the consequences of appointment and therefore
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