From: Pranam Lashkari (plashkari628_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-05-06 16:42:51
My answer to all the questions is "No"!
On Thu, May 6, 2021 at 9:55 PM RenÃ© Ferdinand Rivera Morell via Boost <
> A disclaimer: I write this solely as a Boost Library author. And not in any
> other capacity or representing any other interest.
> It's now been at least a year since Boost switched from the Software
> Freedom Conservancy to the Boost Foundation for its governance
> organization. But have people noticed any difference? Did you know that
> switch happened? Did you know that they held an election for the Board of
> Directors and for the Officers? Do you know when that election happened? Do
> you know who got elected? Do you know how they were selected? Do you know
> what their responsibilities are? Do you know what their bylaws are? Do you
> know their financials?
> More importantly: Did you answer "no" to any of those questions?
> As a library author, I can say I definitely answered no to many of those
> questions. This is a problem. As authors, without asking, we should know
> those answers from the organization that governs our work. We should have
> input into how that organization governs. In other words, we deserve open
> and transparent governance; not the closed and opaque status quo.
> -- RenÃ© Ferdinand Rivera Morell
> -- Don't Assume Anything -- No Supone Nada
> -- Robot Dreams - http://robot-dreams.net
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-- Thank you, Pranam Lashkari, https://lpranam.github.io/
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