Re: [board-discuss] Re: Community Bylaws
Le Mon, 27 Feb 2012 14:18:34 +0100,
Florian Effenberger <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
Charles-H. Schulz wrote on 2012-02-27 13:11:
Well, I disagree. I think that if you look at our present bylaws
they're mostly valid but only specific things need to be modified
I am talking about the "Community Bylaws" that are mentioned in our
statutes. Those we need to have according to the statutes, and those
should contain doubled content, I think this is rather important, so
my points stay valid. :-) It's more a legal issue here.
Okay, so you need specific added content to the Statutes, am I getting
What we can do, in addition, is a combined document that (legally not
binding, not referenced in the statutes) outlines all rules in a
However, first, we need the community bylaws, IMHO in the way I
described it and the statutes require it.
the community bylaws we have, we need them to be modified a bit . So we
could do the following:
* The statutes + the community bylaws that are relevant in them (the
* The community bylaws as we know them, on the wiki but we need some
points to be modified.
Did I get this right?
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