Hi, * Florian Weimer (firstname.lastname@example.org) [060311 20:48]: > As you might have noted, the Constitution does not spell out the > process how a new delegation is made. Would you please summarize the > process you intend to follow if you are elected? Thanks. Well, there are two parts of the answer. The formal part, and the social part. First of all, I will delegate only people if they are ready for it. As some example, if e.g. the policy team asks me to extend themself by someone, I will (usually) do as requested. The formal part is: Even if the constitution doesn't specify it, I think delegations for an ongoing area of responsibility should be done public. It is important for the rest of the project to know who got assigned what task and authority. I think the delegations that actually were done publicly during the last term were good examples of the process. A little prompter at times would have been good, though.
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