Bylwas Revision: COMMITTEES
wichert at cs.leidenuniv.nl
Sat Apr 3 12:32:34 UTC 1999
Previously Nils Lohner wrote:
> - they should be governed by the BOD, meaning they report to the BOD, and
> the BOD can override their decisions (if necessary- this should be an
> extreme case)
So extreme I'ld rather have a general resolution needed for this.
> - committees can propose resolutions and motions
Can't members propose something as well?
> - the BOD issues and revoke charters (i.e. create and disband committees).
add `in close coordination with the committee leader'
> Leadership and Membership
> - the BOD appoints the committee leadership (leaders and alternates)
How about adding something like `If a leader leaves the new leader is
appointed by the BOD, after consultation with the leaving leader.' ?
> - how are members appointed? BOD? Leaders? Membership? Actually, should
> the committee have an official membership? The membership of a committee
> should be 'slow moving' i.e. committees should not have a 'revolving door'
> membership with a quick turnover. How do we accomplish this?
People should volunteer (or can be asked to volunteer) for a committee,
and then a selection should be made. Preferably by the BOD and an
already select committee leader.
> - should non-contributing members be able to serve on committees?
I'ld say yes, but give contributing members preference when selecting
members if enough people volunteern
> - what should the internal structure of the committee look like?
Depends highly on the committee, and as such this probably shouldn't
be in the bylaws.
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