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Doug Klima wrote:
> I'd just like to remind everyone that trustees are people that should
> have a bit of business savvy about them and should be comfortable
> dealing with paper work along with budgets. Just because someone is good
> at the technical aspect of Gentoo does not mean they can figure out the
> difference between a hole in the ground and something else.
> If you've been nominated, please take the above into consideration
> before accepting. Don't just accept because you "want to make a
> diference in Gentoo and the previous guys just did it wrong." We've had
> enough of those platforms and frankly those people fell flat on their
> faces and left us in that situation.
> If you've never heard of the UCC or what corporate bylaws are and mean,
> you should sit out of this one and get involved in another aspect of
Here are some New Mexico documents that Grant has been using lately, in
his heroic efforts to get things back on track:
It might be a good idea for potential trustees to have a read of those,
and see how much they can make sense of (and see just how uninteresting
the task seems to be, at least in my opinion!)
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