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From: "William L. Thomson Jr." <wltjr@g.o>
To: gentoo-nfp <gentoo-nfp@l.g.o>
Cc: gentoo-council@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-nfp] RE: [gentoo-council] Foundation by laws: new Article V
Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2008 23:08:35
Message-Id: 1220224111.12958.21.camel@wlt.obsidian-studios.com
In Reply to: [gentoo-nfp] RE: [gentoo-council] Foundation by laws: new Article V by Chrissy Fullam
On Sun, 2008-08-31 at 14:42 -0700, Chrissy Fullam wrote:
> > If the Trustees are not supposed to intervene in Gentoo development, that > being the technical direction of Gentoo, aren't they are in direct violation > of this by determining who cannot be a Council member by their own > membership?
Your reading that wrong. No one is saying they can't be on council. Just if they are, they can't be on trustees. Yes the same goes visa versa.
> ======================================== > <second addition> > Fmccor voted today that there should be a separation of Trustees and > Council. I see a direct conflict in how he was a Trustee and ran for > Council,
That conflict was brought up during the election process. He knew he would not win. Thus was pretty moot. Unless you want to nick pick on things that do not matter.
> but after not being elected he has now decided that no one else can > do it either?
Um nope, that was brought up and happened after he was elected to the board of trustees.
> He accepted his own Council nomination on 2008-06-05 and > responded to a series of 'questions to our nominees' on the same date.
It's totally moot, so get over it. There are more important things to harp on and waste others time on. -- William L. Thomson Jr. Gentoo Linux Developer

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