[Spi-private] Publically viewable resolutions and increasing the visibility of board activity

Neil McGovern neilm at spi-inc.org
Wed Jan 3 16:00:43 UTC 2007

On Wed, Jan 03, 2007 at 03:52:08PM +0000, MJ Ray wrote:
> Jimmy Kaplowitz <jimmy at spi-inc.org> wrote:
> > I'm not going to address your main point above in this email, but the
> > recent meeting announcements, including the 3-day advance notice for the
> > December meeting, did have more than 0% information on the agenda. [...]
> December's http://lists.spi-inc.org/pipermail/spi-announce/2006/000140.html
> "At time of writing, two motions have been raised, and there is one
> set of minutes to approve." was indeed a little more than 0%.  There
> was a URL for the agenda, but agenda URL content used to get edited
> right up to the meeting (not sure if that still happens).

So, if the agenda shoudn't get edited right up until the meeting, as you
seem to be arguing for, then there should be a cutoff for adding things
to the agenda.

Neil McGovern
Secretary, Software in the Public Interest, Inc.
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