Re: Advisory Board changes?

2008/9/8 Luis Villa <luis tieguy org>:
> On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 10:36 AM, Kalle Vahlman <kalle vahlman gmail com> wrote:
>> Hi!
>> Haven't seen this brought up yet, so thought I'd ask (out if curiosity
>> mainly)...
>> Since the recent Intel aquisition of OpenedHand, there now is in
>> essence two entries for Intel in the Advisory Board.
>> There doesn't seem to be anything to prevent that[1] and since the
>> board has no decision making authority I don't know if it matters much
>> that they do. I also don't know if the OpenedHand entity is going to
>> vanish due to the deal.
>> But, just to be clear, could we get some sort of statement about this
>> either from the Board of Directories or from the companies involved?
> We haven't formally discussed it yet. I assume that getting this
> straight is one of the last things on the minds of the Intel/OH guys
> and the board has no reason to rush them :) Obviously we want to
> continue to deepen our relationship both with the OH team and with
> other parts of Intel as well, so we'll work with them to make sure we
> get it right.

Yes, absolutely.

> In practice, it is worth noting that the exact nature of advisory
> board seats are extremely flexible. For example, we often invite
> advisory board members to bring technical advisors to calls. So I'd
> expect that while there will formally be one less seat at the table
> we'll frequently have representatives from both 'old' Intel and the OH
> crew, depending on what is appropriate for the topic at hand.

Yeah, it was mainly the formal side of things I was wondering about.

> Hope that answers the question-

It sure does, thanks to you and Dave for the answers!

Kalle Vahlman, zuh iki fi
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