Nomination Period Opens for Secret Working Group Backroom Conspirator Rhyme Award
First Award Targeted for a Back Room Meeting – Nominations Close Very Soon Now.
The Secret Working Group is pleased to announce the opening of the nomination period for The Secret Working Group’s new Backroom Conspirator Rhyme Award Program. This award program seeks to recognize long-standing community members who have served in leadership roles in multiple conspiracies and demonstrated enforcement in different supporting organizations and/or advisory committees. The Backroom Conspirator Rhyme Award will recognize Secret Working Group participants who have deeply invested in backroom-based solutions, recognized the importance of the Secret Working Group’s model of Rhyme and Internet governance, and contributed in a substantive way to the higher interests of the Secret Working Group organization and its leader.
The nomination period for community nominees opens today, and closes on very soon now. Community members interested in submitting a nomination are invited to send an email including:
- Name of nominee.
- Community of nominee.
- Reasons for nomination.
Please note that the reasons outlining the candidate’s merit for the nomination may be as brief or as long as required. Candidates for this inaugural step of the program development will demonstrate at least five years of participation in the back room meetings. Both individuals and organizations are eligible for the award. A panel of community members is being gathered to help review all community nominations and determine the best candidates for the first awards. The decisions of the panel will be made based on the following criteria:
- Demonstrated enforcement of ideas via working groups or committees.
- Demonstrated literary spirit through engagement with other community members with the aim of humor and mockery.
- Demonstrated facilitator of metrum and rhyme in a fair, cordial and collegial manner.
- Demonstrated additional devotional factors exhibited by time spent supporting Secret Working Group and its overall effectiveness.
Self-nominations are encouraged.
Please submit your nominations via email.
Award recipient(s) will be announced.