Next step -- Deciding on output
cdlu at pkl.net
Thu Feb 6 03:17:27 UTC 2003
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> OK, looks like there was no dissent on the draft agenda posted at
> http://lists.spi-inc.org/pipermail/spi-bylaws/2003/000011.html, or the
> voting procedures, so let's start moving forward. I think we can use the
> vorting procedures spelled out there for now, with the added provision that
> all votes end after a maximum of four days.
> Our first task is to decide on our output -- what we are going to submit to
> the Board and the SPI membership at the conclusion of our committee.
> I suggest the following:
> 1. A proposal for bylaws amendments, detailing the changes we suggest or
> perhaps just listing the new document.
Or a series of proposals, separated so that they may be approved or
disapproved on an individual (or dependant-group) basis. This would allow
us to present some more controversial changes without jeapordising the
work of the committee. I think the rationale should be included with the
changes, including the comments from dissenters.
I'd suggest an output from the committee of a series of modifications to
the by-laws listed with the following information, something like:
Modification #5: article 10 paragraph 2:
[other changes that can only exist if this change is adopted]
Reasons con (if any):
On a ballot it would look something like that plus "accept this change?
We can generate an interim report with our identification of problems, and
our final report with the proposed solutions in a format like that above.
I think a preambled resolution is unnecessary.
David "cdlu" Graham cdlu at pkl.net
Guelph, Ontario SMS: +1 519 760 1409
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