On Tue, 9 Apr 2019 13:58:38 -0400
Drew DeVault <sir_at_cmpwn.com> wrote:
> On 2019-04-09 1:55 PM, Ted Trask wrote:
> > There is a big difference between sharing the workload and giving up
> > authority. My main objection is to the stipulation that a base team
> > member cannot be reelected immediately. Not only is ncopa sharing
> > authority with two others for the first three years, he would be
> > forced to give up all authority in the fourth year. Or am I reading it
> > wrong?
> You're interpreting it correctly, though I assume ncopa will continue to
> serve his roles in teams other than base during that time. I think that
> you should trust ncopa to back a governance model he believes will work,
> even if it means he has to take a break every few years. He is far from
> uninvolved in these discussions, I suggest you trust his judgement in
> this matter.
I initially did not have strong opinion on the rotation model but the
more I think about it the less I like it.
> After all, if he doesn't want the authority then it's not
> your place to force him to accept it.
I have never said I want to resign.
I would very much like to share it and I would very much be able to
take a break if needed and leave it in trusted hands. I need to be
prepared to give up authority if that ever will be needed.
I must admit I am not very comfortable with the thought of being forced
to completely giving up authority but I am open to discuss it and not
completely against it.
I will unlike sit and do nothing for a year so why would I want to get
back to the Alpine drama instead of continue with the new thing I'm
Received on Wed Apr 10 2019 - 20:36:24 UTC