Re: Community Awards/Coding competition

Re: Community Awards/Coding competition

Piotr Jawidzyk
Karma: 907
2012-05-04 16:16 UTC
What about specific situation, when someone applying for device, get
elected as Council member? As for Coding Competition, I don't see much
problem - it's based on votes and applications - but Community Awards,
where receivers are chosen by Council?

Most easy solution, would be to automatically "banish" elected Council
member from possibility of receiving Community Award. It sounds quite
unfair, but I admit, that I don't see better solution for now.

If someone have any sensible idea, it would be great - AFAIK, we can
have 2 or 3 candidates, that are going to apply for device too, so it
need to be decided fast.

/Estel
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Re: Community Awards/Coding competition

Timo Härkönen
Karma: 417
2012-05-04 17:05 UTC
I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device if there are grounds for it. Good practise is not to participate in the decision making if applying for one. The council can of course disqualify themselves if they want to.

Timo


Piotr Jawidzyk kirjoitti 4.5.2012 19:16:

What about specific situation, when someone applying for device, get
elected as Council member? As for Coding Competition, I don't see much
problem - it's based on votes and applications - but Community Awards,
where receivers are chosen by Council?


Most easy solution, would be to automatically "banish" elected Council
member from possibility of receiving Community Award. It sounds quite
unfair, but I admit, that I don't see better solution for now.


If someone have any sensible idea, it would be great - AFAIK, we can
have 2 or 3 candidates, that are going to apply for device too, so it
need to be decided fast.


/Estel

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Re: Community Awards/Coding competition

RM Bauer
Karma: 552
2012-05-04 19:01 UTC
I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device either, but
they should not participate on the selection committee if they apply for
one.

disclaimer - I may apply for one myself. This may come as a surprise, but
I don't have an N9 or N950 myself and it would be nice to be able to test
out things firsthands. So I'll withdraw from this further.

On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 1:05 PM, <timop.harkonen@gmail.com> wrote:

> I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device if there
> are grounds for it. Good practise is not to participate in the decision
> making if applying for one. The council can of course disqualify themselves
> if they want to.
>
>
> Timo
>
> Piotr Jawidzyk kirjoitti 4.5.2012 19:16:
> What about specific situation, when someone applying for device, get
> elected as Council member? As for Coding Competition, I don't see much
> problem - it's based on votes and applications - but Community Awards,
> where receivers are chosen by Council?
>
> Most easy solution, would be to automatically "banish" elected Council
> member from possibility of receiving Community Award. It sounds quite
> unfair, but I admit, that I don't see better solution for now.
>
> If someone have any sensible idea, it would be great - AFAIK, we can
> have 2 or 3 candidates, that are going to apply for device too, so it
> need to be decided fast.
>
> /Estel
>
>
>
>
>

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Re: Community Awards/Coding competition

Felipe Crochik

2012-05-04 19:14 UTC
since I don't have any second intentions (not a candidate and have a n950)
I will say: it is perfectly reasonable to have the council members to get
one as a reward" for the work they will do (and most likely have already
done our they would not get elected). I would leave to each one to decide
how to best use it.

p.s. looking forward to the software competition ;)

Felipe

On Friday, May 4, 2012, robert bauer <nybauer@gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device either, but
they should not participate on the selection committee if they apply for
one.
>
> disclaimer - I may apply for one myself. This may come as a surprise,
but I don't have an N9 or N950 myself and it would be nice to be able to
test out things firsthands. So I'll withdraw from this further.
>
> On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 1:05 PM, <timop.harkonen@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device if there
are grounds for it. Good practise is not to participate in the decision
making if applying for one. The council can of course disqualify themselves
if they want to.
>>
>> Timo
>>
>> Piotr Jawidzyk kirjoitti 4.5.2012 19:16:
>>
>> What about specific situation, when someone applying for device, get
>> elected as Council member? As for Coding Competition, I don't see much
>> problem - it's based on votes and applications - but Community Awards,
>> where receivers are chosen by Council?
>>
>> Most easy solution, would be to automatically "banish" elected Council
>> member from possibility of receiving Community Award. It sounds quite
>> unfair, but I admit, that I don't see better solution for now.
>>
>> If someone have any sensible idea, it would be great - AFAIK, we can
>> have 2 or 3 candidates, that are going to apply for device too, so it
>> need to be decided fast.
>>
>> /Estel
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>

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Re: Community Awards/Coding competition

Arie Mark
Karma: 17
2012-05-04 19:28 UTC
Rob, you deserve a device for all of your hard work and effort you've already devoted to the maemo community.

--

Arie

www.everythingn9.com

@everythingN9 on twitter
Sent from my Nokia N9



On 5/4/12 3:01 PM robert bauer wrote:

I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device either, but they should not participate on the selection committee if they apply for one.

disclaimer - I may apply for one myself. This may come as a surprise, but I don't have an N9 or N950 myself and it would be nice to be able to test out things firsthands. So I'll withdraw from this further.


On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 1:05 PM, <timop.harkonen@gmail.com> wrote:

I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device if there are grounds for it. Good practise is not to participate in the decision making if applying for one. The council can of course disqualify themselves if they want to.


Timo


Piotr Jawidzyk kirjoitti 4.5.2012 19:16:

What about specific situation, when someone applying for device, get
elected as Council member? As for Coding Competition, I don't see much
problem - it's based on votes and applications - but Community Awards,
where receivers are chosen by Council?


Most easy solution, would be to automatically "banish" elected Council
member from possibility of receiving Community Award. It sounds quite
unfair, but I admit, that I don't see better solution for now.


If someone have any sensible idea, it would be great - AFAIK, we can
have 2 or 3 candidates, that are going to apply for device too, so it
need to be decided fast.


/Estel

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Re: Community Awards/Coding competition

Arie Mark
Karma: 17
2012-05-04 19:30 UTC
I am running for the council and have no need for an N9 or an N950. If I get elected, I'll help in the community awards, so this is me formally withdrawing from saying I need a device if I am elected.

--

Arie

www.everythingn9.com

@everythingN9 on twitter
Sent from my Nokia N9



On 5/4/12 3:14 PM Felipe Crochik wrote:

since I don't have any second intentions (not a candidate and have a n950) I will say: it is perfectly reasonable to have the council members to get one as a reward" for the work they will do (and most likely have already done our they would not get elected). I would leave to each one to decide how to best use it.

p.s. looking forward to the software competition ;)

Felipe

On Friday, May 4, 2012, robert bauer <nybauer@gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device either, but they should not participate on the selection committee if they apply for one.
>
> disclaimer - I may apply for one myself. This may come as a surprise, but I don't have an N9 or N950 myself and it would be nice to be able to test out things firsthands. So I'll withdraw from this further.
>
> On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 1:05 PM, <timop.harkonen@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device if there are grounds for it. Good practise is not to participate in the decision making if applying for one. The council can of course disqualify themselves if they want to.
>>
>> Timo
>>
>> Piotr Jawidzyk kirjoitti 4.5.2012 19:16:
>>
>> What about specific situation, when someone applying for device, get
>> elected as Council member? As for Coding Competition, I don't see much
>> problem - it's based on votes and applications - but Community Awards,
>> where receivers are chosen by Council?
>>
>> Most easy solution, would be to automatically "banish" elected Council
>> member from possibility of receiving Community Award. It sounds quite
>> unfair, but I admit, that I don't see better solution for now.
>>
>> If someone have any sensible idea, it would be great - AFAIK, we can
>> have 2 or 3 candidates, that are going to apply for device too, so it
>> need to be decided fast.
>>
>> /Estel
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>


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Re: Community Awards/Coding competition

2012-05-07 08:04 UTC
I am also running for the council and I don't have an N9 or an N950, just
the N900. I wouldn't say I don't want one [?], specially for testing and QA
as I'm already participating as a Tester for Extras, but I also think it
would be better used by any developer.

Regards

2012/5/4 <arie@everythingn9.com>

> I am running for the council and have no need for an N9 or an N950. If I
> get elected, I'll help in the community awards, so this is me formally
> withdrawing from saying I need a device if I am elected.
>
> --
>
> Arie
>
> www.everythingn9.com
>
> @everythingN9 on twitter
> Sent from my Nokia N9
>
> On 5/4/12 3:14 PM Felipe Crochik wrote:
> since I don't have any second intentions (not a candidate and have a n950)
> I will say: it is perfectly reasonable to have the council members to get
> one as a reward" for the work they will do (and most likely have already
> done our they would not get elected). I would leave to each one to decide
> how to best use it.
>
> p.s. looking forward to the software competition ;)
>
> Felipe
>
> On Friday, May 4, 2012, robert bauer <nybauer@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device either, but
> they should not participate on the selection committee if they apply for
> one.
> >
> > disclaimer - I may apply for one myself. This may come as a surprise,
> but I don't have an N9 or N950 myself and it would be nice to be able to
> test out things firsthands. So I'll withdraw from this further.
> >
> > On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 1:05 PM, <timop.harkonen@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> I don't see a problem with a council member getting a device if there
> are grounds for it. Good practise is not to participate in the decision
> making if applying for one. The council can of course disqualify themselves
> if they want to.
> >>
> >> Timo
> >>
> >> Piotr Jawidzyk kirjoitti 4.5.2012 19:16:
> >>
> >> What about specific situation, when someone applying for device, get
> >> elected as Council member? As for Coding Competition, I don't see much
> >> problem - it's based on votes and applications - but Community Awards,
> >> where receivers are chosen by Council?
> >>
> >> Most easy solution, would be to automatically "banish" elected Council
> >> member from possibility of receiving Community Award. It sounds quite
> >> unfair, but I admit, that I don't see better solution for now.
> >>
> >> If someone have any sensible idea, it would be great - AFAIK, we can
> >> have 2 or 3 candidates, that are going to apply for device too, so it
> >> need to be decided fast.
> >>
> >> /Estel
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