[pp.int.general] Open positions in PPI
will.tovey at pp-international.net
Sun Dec 6 01:05:47 CET 2009
On the subject of transparency, it occurred to me that while there was
plenty of information available about the Coreteam, it can be quite hard
to find. I hope I have remedied this by creating a central page on the
wiki with details about the team (including minutes of our meetings). I
will continue to add to this and keep it up to date, but there should be
enough there to start with (including contact details). The page can be
found here: http://int.piratenpartei.de/Coreteam . If anyone has any
further questions, feel free to ask us either through email or IRC
(there's usually at least one of us lurking around).
Chief Administrative Officer, PPI
Valentin Villenave wrote:
> Hi Patrick,
> I take it part of said "open positions" was the result of PPfr
> representative Laurent (cwicket) leaving his position, in
> circumstances that remain to be explained as far as we're concerned.
> As of yet, we've received /zero/ information about this situation, in
> spite of our attempts to get in touch with the PPI and specifically
> Samir (coretx).
> Although there must be a reason to it and you're obviously a bunch of
> sensible guys, we certainly cannot agree with such a lack of
> transparence and communication. Whilst we're grateful for your work at
> the PPI, we've been receiving contradictory information about how the
> PPI works and what it's up to, to the point where none of us
> (including our own coreteam representative) can make heads or tails of
> this all.
> More questionably, that doesn't seem to be the only point about which
> the PPI lacks openness and transparence: statute, bank account,
> Brussels conference attendees, anyone? This can't (and won't) work if
> Pirate Parties (and the so-called "coreteam"'s own members, for crying
> out loud) are being left in the dark.
> If you wish to address (any of) these issues, please contact me
> privately or the French Parti Pirate at contact at partipirate.org. ASAP
> would be nice.
> V. Villenave -- Parti Pirate treasurer.
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