Resolution 2018-07-11.mm.1: Arch Linux 32 as associated project
arch at eckner.net
Thu Feb 14 10:23:19 UTC 2019
Yes, this is fine for me. However, maybe we can put your comment about
Arch Linux into (3), too? Like adding ", preferably to the assets of
Arch Linux." (or something similar) to the end of the last sentence?
On 12.02.19 11:45, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> Dimitri John Ledkov pointed out during the SPI meeting yesterday that
> the resolution doesn't contain a clause saying what will happen if the
> project becomes defunct (something we add in new resolutons).
> I added clause 3. Erich, please check if this is okay. (If Arch
> Linux 32 becomes defunct and nobody replies to SPI, we'd probably
> transfer the remaining funds to the Arch Linux earmark.)
> New proposed resolution:
> 1. Arch Linux 32 is a substantial and significant Free Software project.
> 2. The Arch Linux 32 developers would like SPI's support and assistance,
> including taking donations.
> THE SPI BOARD RESOLVES THAT
> 1. Arch Linux 32 is formally invited to become an SPI Associated
> Project, according to the SPI Framework for Associated Projects, SPI
> Resolution 1998-11-16.iwj.1-amended-2004-08-10.iwj.1, a copy of which
> can be found at
> 2. Erich Eckner is recognized by SPI as the authoritative decision maker
> and SPI liaison for Arch Linux 32. Successors will be appointed by the
> outgoing SPI liaison, or if the current SPI liaison is unavailable or
> refuses to appoint a successor, by a simple majority vote by the current
> master key holders of Arch Linux 32.
> 3. If the last known SPI liaison for Arch Linux 32 is missing in action,
> and no new SPI liaison is appointed for two consecutive years the
> associated project is deemed defunct. Defunct project's assets may be
> transferred to a nominated US 501(c)(3) charity or to the SPI general
> 4. This invitation will lapse, if not accepted, 60 days after it is
> approved by the SPI Board.
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