List Archive: gentoo-nfp
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On Mon, 2008-04-28 at 21:16 +0000, Ferris McCormick wrote:
> I believe we should establish a mailing list for foundation members
> only just to handle this sort of situation. Maybe something like
Pretty sure this is it :) I thought about mentioning that, but then
that's just creating another list. When this one pretty much exists
already for that purpose. So it's mostly a matter of making sure those
on the member roster are also signed up to the -nfp mailing lists.
Granted some have stated they don't want to be members. But those that
are members. We can surely impose the requirement to be on -nfp. Almost
have direct control over that via infra :). Short of them removing
themselves, us adding them back, so on and so forth. :(
> I don't see how to do a petition --- perhaps my
> brain is numb by now --- but it would be a bit easier I think if we can
> do it.
Yeah, that's the ideal way to go for any group actions 10% or more of
the members would like to see the foundation take or act upon. Meeting
or not, but likely would be decided upon at a meeting. Indirect call for
a meeting either way.
But I am with you, I like to think of myself as creative. But have
little to no thoughts atm how we could go about an electronic petition.
What happens when I go into business mode from creative and
William L. Thomson Jr.
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