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By 'competence', does the article necessarily require the member-elect to be a professional in the field, or just to be interested in and knowledgible about it?

mu'omi'e JEsikas.



On Thu, 2005-11-10 at 13:55 -0800, wikidiscuss@lojban.org wrote:
> Re: LLG Members
> By 'competence', does the article necessarily require the member-elect to be a professional in the field, or just to be interested in and knowledgible about it?
>
> mu'omi'e JEsikas.

I'd say having demonstrated ability. I'm still not sure what field I was
nominated in. I assume it's Computer Science. While I do deal with
computers an awful lot at work now, I'm still far from a "Computer
Professional" by most ideas of what that means. However, I have written
an IRC bot to play lojban games, and I'm the maintainer of the jbofihe
package in Debian. (Although only the former was true when I was offered
the position.)

mu'omi'e.bancus

 



On 11/10/05, wikidiscuss@lojban.org wrote:
> Re: LLG Members
> By 'competence', does the article necessarily require the member-elect to be a professional in the field, or just to be interested in and knowledgible about it?
>
> mu'omi'e JEsikas.

There is no requirement for being a professional in any field, and no kind
of competence in those fields has ever been an issue in practice. More
important is your commitment to the advancement of the language.

mu'o mi'e xorxes

 



rlpowell posts: 14214

On Thu, Nov 10, 2005 at 01:55:13PM -0800, wikidiscuss@lojban.org wrote:
> By 'competence', does the article necessarily require the
> member-elect to be a professional in the field, or just to be
> interested in and knowledgible about it?
>
> mu'omi'e JEsikas.

I don't think that test has ever been enforced. Even if it was,
surely being well informed would be sufficient, however acquired.

-Robin

 


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