Wikimedia Foundation elections/2017/Funds Dissemination Committee Ombudsperson/Questions/fr

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Question to the candidate

Hello, Kirill Lokshin. Thanks for your decision to present yourself as a candidate for the Funds Dissemination Committee Ombudsperson. From your presentation on meta, I see you are the chair of the Affiliations Committee, a member of the Simple Annual Plan Grants Committee and a member of the Project Grants Committee. I appreciate your serious work and dedication to the community; nevertheless, do you think it is a problem that decision-making in important instances is centralized in one person (you)? If you think this is a problem, what do you think could be good strategies to bring more diversity in decision-making instances? --Joalpe (talk) 10:55, 1 June 2017 (UTC)