Hi, Tom Davies wrote on 2011-06-14 10.44:
I think it is better to do the minimum that is required to make it legal and for the rest write in things like "Mid-term replacements are to be covered by internal TDF policy which is to be reviewed regularly". In some cases it makes sense to name the specific document that will cover that particular policy but even that can make things unnecessarily restrictive in the future. Please avoid "setting things in stone" where it's not required by law.
indeed, that is the approach. The binding statutes will be rather lightweight, while we will have extended additional policies that can be changed easier.
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