Not that it matters since Ross just put up the form, I can certainly see
both sides. Roy is correct when he asks why have deadlines if you will
ignore them, but on the other-hand, nothing has been set yet so it
isn't like we would have to restart voting.
Code4Lib, for better and for worse , has acted in an informal way and
we seem to typically let these things slide. At last years conference I
brought up some reasons why it might be wise to not be so informal, but
while people kindly listened, very few people seemed to agree with me. I
think this incident shows one of the drawbacks of being so informal. Of
course there are many positives to our informality as well so I'm not
arguing to revisit that. Regardless, we have chosen to be informal, and
I think unless that decision (or lack of decision) changes, I think we
should follow our president, which is why earlier I said to include
My guess is that the people that feel strongly against late submissions
will act accordingly in the voting booth.
 I'd argue mostly for better.