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Thorsten Behrens wrote on 24/11/2021 00:41:
Dear directors, all,

calling for a VOTE on the just-published draft update to the CoI
policy [1], to modify our Rules of Procedure [2] - such that we
reference version 1.3.1 of the CoI policy:



In addition to § 7, (5) of the statutes, the Board of Directors hereby
agrees on the following rules of procedure. Notwithstanding any
regulations in the statutes, this document defines board processes,
decision making, as well as sharing and delegation of board tasks.

Binding part of these Rules of Procedure is the Board’s Conflict of Interest Policy:

Should elements of the Rules of Procedure be in collision with the
Conflict of Interest Policy, the rules of the Conflict of Interest
Policy always shall prevail.


According to § 1, 2. of said Rules of Procedure, this vote runs for
one week, until December 1st, 2021. After approval, the amended Rules
of Procedure will be published and enter into immediate effect.




Cor Nouws, member Board of Directors
The Document Foundation, Kurfürstendamm 188, 10707 Berlin
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