I added my comments in [MMEEKS: foo !] type brackets as David has done
himself; directly into the wiki; there were a few things that didn't
belong in there though:
Firstly - I'm really hopeful reading this; it seems we're getting
somewhere rather good with these bylaws, and I'm nearly happy :-)
I silently replaced the 'bye-laws' with 'bylaws' incidentally, and
expanded on what 'STV' means (many don't know).
I also really liked the Membership section preamble, most helpful; I
guess we also need some spiel about the relative dislike of formal
'Roles' in the project in the Member's Roles.
I do not believe we should specify exactly four paid employees - I
suggest we specify the two [ though even those I think are
implementation details ], and do not mandate that they -must- be paid.
With regard to Sponors - GNOME had the practise of allowing like minded
non-profits (such as Debian / SPI, the FSF etc.) to join the advisory
board without paying fees - and they have had a very positive effect
over the lifetime of that project. I suggest we add a similar section.
Then of course there is the voting, which is still rather complex:
On Tue, 2010-11-30 at 00:37 +0100, Bernhard Dippold wrote:
"... the nine candidates having won the highest number of votes are
deemed to have been elected ..."
If all nine Directors are elected at once, how should the "renewal by
half each year" work?
Quite - I'd really like everyone to be elected at once - it simplifies
the work of the MC, and the structure of the community. I don't know
that we expanded on the role of deputies in the document either
incidentally - but hopefully they are another asset for ensuring
Apart from that - I think we're in a really good place here; great work
Charles / David & all ...
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