Re: Vote NO on referendum to reduce board members

El lun, 24-10-2005 a las 22:01 +0200, Olav Vitters escribió:
> On Mon, Oct 24, 2005 at 09:22:17PM +0100, Alan Cox wrote:
> > On Llu, 2005-10-24 at 20:05 +0200, Olav Vitters wrote:
> > > I totally disagree. The referendum was created because we have board
> > > members that do nothing at all. Why would you want members of the board
> > > that do nothing? Some board members only wanted to be on the board
> > 
> > So vote for members who do things. If you have less members and they
> > then turn out not to do anything will be better or worse
> With less members they will be forced to step down. That is my
> intention. After each year I want to see what each board member has
> accomplished.

i guess that you can do it now.

> I do not understand why it acceptable to do nothing. The solution

it isn't

> shouldn't be to get more people. I also do not think less people will
> solve it, just that 11 is too much and is one of the causes.

for people like me it isn't too much, and even if you have only one
person there you don't know if will works, it depends on who is elected.

> I want to vote for people who do things. But what are their names? I
> think we have at least 2 board members who are busy. With 11 available
> positions and (last year) 12 people who wanted to be on the board
> reducing the board size seems like a logical choice. 

that will reduce the chances to get new people on the board, and will
fix the board members to a small group of people who won't be changed.

> Agreed, we need clear responsibresponsibilities.ilities. But having 11 positions is over
> doing it.

i agree, we need to clear responsibilities, and i guess that this could
be implemented after the next election.

Fernando San Martín Woerner
Jefe de Informática 
Galilea S.A.

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