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I hope you're having an amazing week! I've just put up an interview with Jasmine Ng who is the Nem Malaysia Director of Investments and Special projects. Thank you very much and enjoy 😄 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdS7_cgyl3k&feature=youtu.be
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I think it's good to share more why you're looking at this specific line up. There's a thread in the forums about this. Might be good to post there too? https://forum.nem.io/t/future-council-picks-for-stephen-chia/21047/11 I've been thinking a lot about the right balance and perspectives for the Council as well. I'm curious to see who the community picks... I'm sure the community will ask about this in the AMAs next week with various team members. It would be good to get you joining in on the AMAs as well. :)
@schia48 I'm also curious why you didn't include Jeff? I strongly disagreed on not including him. He's an obviously strong choice from the perspective of connecting with community, many technical contributions, Council experience, being an entreprenuer, contributing to the roadmap, owning multiple Supernodes, contributing since 2014, works well with our core devs, as well as strong partnerships with companies large and small.
I’d like to see a bit more if global balance. Stephen’s proposal includes no EU nor North America candidates. Which is already now one of the downsides of the NEM Foundation.We need to be less Asia(-only) centric.
Truthfully, I was hoping Jeff would run for President. It really should have been him in the role all along. If we can't have him for President, then I'll happily push for Council because he will lift the entire Council up.
No doubt, Jeff has contributed greatly to the formation of the Foundation as well as the community in the past 2 years. And there is also reasons why he stepped down as VP previously. I believe his move back from Korea to the US would help lift NorthAmerica region which has been stalled due to absence of strong leadership there, until now with you at the helm. Its a big job, and I doubt its a single person, but a team that can grow NEM there.
I guess everyone is entitled to their views on this, but my proposed line up is based upon whom I believe is able to get the Foundation back up and running effectively, to achieve the kind of goals we need to get done in 2019/2020.
Jeff stepping down had to do with politics, not ability. He’ll be just fine helping the council achieve great things in 2019 and beyond. I bet a lot of our community agree and will vote accordingly. Please join our AMAs next week. It is nice to see you speaking up more in our social channels.
Hi Malaysia, I just want to jump in here with some clarifications. Stephen has stated above that he is “putting together at team”. I want to be clear and correct this. He is NOT putting together a team, nor Alex, nor me, nor anybody else. The job of putting together the team belongs to the community and the elected officials are there to serve you. It is YOU, the community, that puts together the team, and you do this by looking at all candidates and deciding who you think is best for NEM and then voting. Please forget any suggested lists given by Stephen or anybody else and vote how you want to freely. If everybody just votes the way somebody tells them to vote, what is the point in having an election in the first place?