Arnaud Le Hors
The problem is that SIGs have been placed outside the governance of the TSC so it seems odd to have them sit on a board they have no direct relationship with.
Am I the only one to feel that way?
Arnaud Le Hors - Senior Technical Staff Member, Blockchain & Web Open Technologies - IBM
From: "Vipin Bharathan" <vipinsun@...>
To: Hyperledger List <tsc@...>
Date: 08/10/2019 08:54 PM
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [Hyperledger TSC] TSC elections: electorate should include SIGs and some other suggestions.
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As a long time observer, contributor and participant in Hyperledger, I make the following comments about the TSC election process.
To increase the transparency of the election process, please include the percentage of electors who voted, the votes garnered by each of the candidates as in a general election. There have been suggestions that doing this may compromise the standing of candidates who got in with the least number of votes. Once elected (or nominated) to the TSC, each vote is worth the same.
In light of many of the suggestions already made, it might be wise to delay the election slightly (as Hart and some of the others have already pointed out)
We have the issue of Enterprises of widely different sizes collaborating on Hyperledger. Alternate forms of choice could be considered for the next election including quadratic voting and other methods, otherwise we risk losing diversity and the voice of smaller teams and groups.