[DNS] 2009 Elections

[DNS] 2009 Elections

From: Derek Whitehead <DWhitehead§groupwise.swin.edu.au>
Date: Fri, 25 Sep 2009 09:49:41 +1000
Or linking to more content, or a long essay, or a book, or a chain of websites (as Josh did)

>>> David Goldstein <goldstein_david&#167;yahoo.com.au> 25/9/09 9:45 >>>

Anyone who becomes a board member for the money has rocks in their head.

Another issue is candidates are limited to 100 words in their statements, so it's difficult to be anything but vague, however given Kim has raised a good issue, maybe it's worth considering upping the word limit for candidate statements to 200-300 words.


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Could it be that they are in it for the $$$?

Kim Davies wrote:
> I was reading the candidate statements for the coming auDA AGM at
> http://www.auda.org.au/pdf/2009_AGM_-_Candidate_Statements.pdf
> I am wondering if the candidates can propose concretely what they
> would like to see change at auDA. Rather than conveniently saying
> things like "increase transparency", "increase stability", "increase
> commercialization(sic)" how would that transfer into actual actions you
> would take on the Board?
> thanks,
> kim
> ps. It would be nice if all candidates published contact details - there
> seems to be no way to email these questions to them directly.
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