So, everybody is happy with the ballot, as drafted
We've had one pull request, but it came from within the FCIG. Perhaps you
agree that the additional clarifying language would be helpful, though?
Feel free to have a look: https://github.com/code4lib/fcig/pull/2/files
On Thu, Sep 21, 2017 at 4:01 PM, Galen Charlton <[log in to unmask]>
> Now that the Fiscal Continuity IG's report  is finalized except for any
> errata that may trickle in, we'd like to proceed with calling the vote.
> Taking up a suggestion Eric Hellman made in July, a draft of the ballot we
> propose to put in the Diebold-o-tron is available here:
> Pull requests are welcome if folks wish to suggest or discuss modifications
> to the ballot and voting process we're proposing; we can of course also
> discuss here, though I suggest that if there ends up being a lot of mailing
> list discussion about the ballot, we try to keep on a thread distinct from
> substantive discussion of the report and the options it presents.
> We suggest that voting start on 2 October and close on 30 October.
> The voting period is a time for open discussion, debate, and community
> analysis of the information presented in the FCIG Report. If you have any
> questions about the FCIG report, this ballot, or any of the options
> provided, please ask your questions on the Code4Lib listserv so that the
> community can discuss them and so that previous conference volunteers, FCIG
> members, and potential fiscal sponsors can provide more details as needed.
>  https://wiki.code4lib.org/Fiscal_Continuity and
> Galen Charlton
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