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  • hwg-elections mailing list archives: February 1998
    punchline 5 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Re more IRC questions 5 Feb 1998 Ann Navarro Re more IRC questions 5 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Re more IRC questions 5 Feb 1998 Jimmie McWhirt Re more IRC questions 5 Feb 1998 Johnny Mo Re HWG payment 5 Feb 1998 Johnny Mo Re HWG payment 5 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Re A joke A response 5 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re HWG payment 5 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Re IRC Chat 5 Feb 1998 C Roxanne Reid Bennett Re IRC Chat 5 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re A joke A response 5 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re IRC Chat 5 Feb 98 Felan shena Thoron edras Username Password 5 Feb 1998 Ann Navarro Re HWG payment 5 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re HWG payment 5 Feb 1998 Ann Navarro Re IRC Chat 5 Feb 1998 Harold A Driscoll Re IRC Chat 5 Feb 1998 Susan Duncan MALICO last bit of campaigning 6 Feb 1998 nancy coulter Re IRC Chat 6 Feb 1998 nancy coulter Re more IRC questions 6 Feb 1998 nancy coulter problems with the voting page fixed 6 Feb 1998 Joe Cline Re IRC Chat 6 Feb 1998 nancy coulter Re IRC Chat 6 Feb 1998 Joe Cline noise Re IRC Chat 6 Feb 1998 Stephan M Cook E MonstA Re IRC Chat 6 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Re IRC Chat 6 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Voting 6 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Voting 6 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Cindy Svec Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 nancy coulter Re IRC Chat 6 Feb 1998 Matthew Wickline Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Matthew Wickline Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Ann Navarro Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Matthew Wickline Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Johnny Mo Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 nancy coulter Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Ann Navarro Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Joe Cline Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Johnny Mo Re HWG payment 6 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 TANYA SPAIN Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Matthew Wickline Re think tanks Was Voting 6 Feb 1998 Ann Navarro Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Matthew Wickline Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 Frederick J Barnett Re HWG payment 6 Feb 1998 C Roxanne Reid Bennett Candidate status 6 Feb 1998 Frederick J Barnett Re Voting 6 Feb 1998 C Roxanne Reid Bennett Re HWG payment 6 Feb 1998 C Roxanne Reid Bennett Re think tanks Was Voting 6 Feb 1998 C Roxanne Reid Bennett The makeup of a good GBer 6 Feb

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  • hwg-elections archive: Thank yous and Good-byes.. by Allen Gould <agould(at)gpu.srv.ualberta.ca>
    the official thank yous but before I finally hang up the ol Chair outfit I d like to say a few thank yous of my own First off extreme thank yous have to go to my fellow NCers Nancy Felan and Shelly for their generous donations of time expertise and sanity Without them I wouldn t have come through this with as much non grey hair as I did And at the rate the hair is going anyways every little bit helps know what I mean Next thanks have to go to Jim Relax Barchuk for playing mentor to us and generally making sure we were yelling at the correct people Big thanks to Mike McGhan for putting up with our various requests for information usually on near impossible deadlines Rich Bowen big thanks for writing the voting script Haven t a clue how it works but it works and that s good enough for me Also general thanks to the Governing Board as a whole for being there when we needed them and staying out of the way when we didn t Last but not least to Cindy Svec and Maggie Hatten the NC s fallen who for various

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  • hwg-elections archive: Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: 1998 Governing Board Election Results by jim barchuk <jb(at)jbarchuk.com>
    a whole new list prominent info at www hwg org How much further can the guild go before users start to become excessively annoyed I think the answer is that you can lead a horse to water can point to the water describe it and say what a good thing it is hold a bucket of water right up to the horse s mouth but ya still can t make it drink Apparently most of the candidates didn t feel they should participate in the election process by being involved in this list and some note in the submission of materials if the candidates don t care why would the voters I m more concerned at the lack of participation by candidates personally Yes a very valid and important point that I neglected to mention Part of the problem was that some of the candydates didn t even know what they were there for a couple said I don t even know who nominated me or why But of those that did participate I think they did pretty well They were often mistaken and uninformed but at least they tried Potential voters were confused by some portion of the process or eligibility to vote Perhaps sending every eligible voter a message telling them they ARE eligible and if an org member they get X votes Voting is one of the few extras of being a plus member I d find it pretty difficult to imagine they missed that one line and were basically unaware OTOH there are probably some that did not join for that feature While the proxy etc was necessary the descriptions of it were confusing not GB s fault just is It could be that people started to read and said I don t have time for

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  • hwg-elections archive: Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: 1998 Governing Board Election Results by "Cindy Svec" <cindy(at)raenet.com>
    membership doesn t give a rat s ass about anything including their elected guiding board Voting doesn t mean much in the way of plus privileges Voters do care but figure that others would probably vote the same way they would so their vote doesn t mean much Good question and possible points More ideas to consider Perhaps most plus members were unaware of the elections Consider how visible elections are made for general govt elections you need to beat people over the heads Perhaps next time a weekly mailing of the plus members reminding them of the upcoming date would be a good idea Apparently most of the candidates didn t feel they should participate in the election process by being involved in this list and some note in the submission of materials if the candidates don t care why would the voters I m more concerned at the lack of participation by candidates personally Potential voters were confused by some portion of the process or eligibility to vote Perhaps sending every eligible voter a message telling them they ARE eligible and if an org member they get X votes While the proxy etc was necessary the descriptions of

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  • hwg-elections archive: Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: 1998 Governing Board Election Results by jim barchuk <jb(at)jbarchuk.com>
    members Personal opinion This was a damn shame and I m disappointed in our membership As an early proponent of elections in the Guild I guess I expected too much from the members It s discouraging Yes it s a bit of a shame but I am less disappointed than surprised So what does it mean Apathy is rampant the membership doesn t give a rat s ass about anything

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  • hwg-elections archive: Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: 1998 Governing Board Election Results by Kynn Bartlett <kynn-hwg(at)idyllmtn.com>
    at idyllmtn com Cc hwg elections at hwg org In Reply To idyllmtn todo View Thread Original At 11 14 a m 02 20 98 0800 Kynn Bartlett wrote Failing to achieve the necessary 10 quorum the meeting was unable to convene for the purpose of electing Board members Personal opinion This was a damn shame and I m disappointed in our membership As an early proponent of elections in

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  • hwg-elections archive: ANNOUNCEMENT: 1998 Governing Board Election Results by Kynn Bartlett <kynn(at)idyllmtn.com>
    Nomination Committee consisting of Allen Gould chair Nancy Coulter Leanne Phillips Shelly Ross HWG members at the plus level of membership as of January 31 1998 were eligible to vote Proxies were registered via the web and collected by the Nomination Committee to be presented to the Secretary at the February 19 meeting ELECTION RESULTS The bylaws require that for the meeting to convene and a vote to be held at least 10 of the Guild s voting membership must be present whether via IRC at the meeting or by pre registered proxy votes As of January 31 the Guild had 877 plus level members thus 10 equals 88 votes Present at the February 19 meeting were 58 pre registered proxy votes 0 additional plus members who had not registered a proxy vote Failing to achieve the necessary 10 quorum the meeting was unable to convene for the purpose of electing Board members Without the necessary number of votes being cast in this election to achieve quorum the election is invalid GOVERNING BOARD DECISION Acting on advice from the Guild s lawyer the Governing Board will be appointing individuals to the positions on the Board that have been left empty due to the invalidation of the membership vote The Board has examined the proxy votes that were gathered for the election and have included them as one factor but not the only one in determining who to appoint to the empty Board seats The Guild will not be releasing the subtotals of the proxy votes BOARD APPOINTMENTS The Governing Board has voted to appoint the following individuals to the terms expiring in February 2001 Gerald Oskoboiny Frederick J Barnett The Guild has not yet reached a decision on who shall fill the third empty seat on the Governing Board ACKNOWLEDGES

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  • hwg-elections archive: Agenda for February 19 Membership Meeting by "Charlotte Crothers" <char(at)chesco.com>
    as of January 31 1998 at least 88 votes must be present for the meeting to continue in the form of either pre registered proxies or Plus members who have not submitted a proxy via the web 3 Voting on Governing Board Members A Candidates There are currently three 3 positions on the Governing Board up for election at this meeting The candidates for those positions are Frederick J Barnett Tarik Dozier Susan Duncan Peter Knaggs Demitrius Lopez Jimmie McWhirt Johnny Mo Gerald Oskoboiny Tanya Spain Richard Tuttle B Eligible Voters Only paid members at the plus level as of January 31 1998 are eligible to vote Members who have already registered a proxy ballot via voting on the Guild s voting web site are not required to attend the meeting and may not issue a second vote in addition to their pre recorded proxy Members who are eligible to vote who have not registered a proxy may vote at the meeting but must be prepared to verify their plus member status by having ready their HWG member id password and other identifying infor mation C Counting of Votes Each member may vote for up to three candidates The top

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