[ARIN-consult] ACSP Consultation 2022.2: Consultation on Elections and the Nomination Process
athompso at athompso.net
Sat Feb 12 11:17:42 EST 2022
I would go the other way, where NomCom simply may not be considered. Otherwise you could easily have a year where suddenly there is no NomCom!
Didn't notice it because I just assumed it was somewhere, quite insane if that's not addressed somewhere.
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Subject: Re: [ARIN-consult] ACSP Consultation 2022.2: Consultation on Elections and the Nomination Process
While there is an obvious conflict of interest in serving on the nomcom contemporaneous with being nominated for election or re-election, I didn't see anything to address that in either the consultation or the FAQ. Am I overdue for an eye exam?
This problem didn't seem to exist in the past with the nomcom being selected ad-hoc for each election cycle, but the two year staggered terms creates an opportunity for difficulties. Something as simple as "a submitted and acknowledged/confirmed nomination of a serving nomcom member for any position within the scope of the nomcom's search will constitute resignation from the nomcom" ought to suffice.
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