[OpenStack Foundation] [Foundation Board] Elections: Could we set the IRC topic?.
Mark.Radcliffe at dlapiper.com
Fri Jan 16 07:05:24 UTC 2015
From: Jonathan Bryce [mailto:jonathan at openstack.org]
Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2015 5:12 PM
To: foundation at lists.openstack.org; foundation-board at lists.openstack.org
Subject: Re: [Foundation Board] [OpenStack Foundation] Elections: Could we set the IRC topic?.
Good news everyone: we've now passed our quorum number for voters on the bylaws amendments. The election will remain open for voting for another 16 hours.
Thanks everyone for the help in publicizing this important activity!
On January 15, 2015 4:07:42 PM Jonathan Bryce <jonathan at openstack.org> wrote:
> We are now at ~3,200 who have voted on the Bylaws amendments (3,373 is
> the number needed for quorum). The election will close at 1700UTC
> tomorrow, approximately 19 hours from now. The pace has been pretty
> good today and if it continues, we should make it to the required number of voters in time.
> > On Jan 15, 2015, at 10:41 AM, Jonathan Bryce <jonathan at openstack.org> wrote:
> > At this point, I think we have a good shot of getting across the
> > quorum
> line given our pace over the last 24 hours. The most effective
> mechanism has been direct emails to the remaining eligible voters, and
> at this point, I don’t think it’s necessary to spam those channels
> (like IRC) that have probably had a high voting ratio already among their audience.
> > Another reminder email will be going out shortly and we’ll provide
> > an
> update later today on the progress.
> > Jonathan
> >> On Jan 15, 2015, at 9:28 AM, Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org> wrote:
> >> On 2015-01-14 17:23:53 -0700 (-0700), Alan Clark wrote:
> >>> A suggestion: Could we set the IRC topic, at end of mtgs (aka
> >>> header) on the appropriate channels to "Get out and vote today!"
> >> We have an IRC bot we use for temporarily modifying channel topics
> >> and making in-channel announcements, though it's not really
> >> intended to be used to alter topics for more than a few hours
> >> (susceptible to connectivity issues and netsplits which can cause a
> >> loss of state and result in topics getting "stuck" with the
> >> temporary text). As mentioned in other replies, channel topics
> >> while persistent are actually not that noticeable in most IRC
> >> clients--abusing that bot to do a few brief election reminder
> >> announcements in channels might reach more people. I'm trying to
> >> get some consensus from our other infrastructure admins on this
> >> possibility since people can be a little touchy about what they may see as unnecessary spam in IRC.
> >>> Seems like meeting, meeting-alt, community, dev would be great
> >>> targets.
> >> Our statusbot currently sits in ~60 OpenStack-related channels:
> >> <URL:
> >>> I'll be happy if people start complaining that we are spamming
> >>> them about voting :-)
> >> It's a distinct possibility.
> >> --
> >> Jeremy Stanley
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