Re: #06: Public resolutions

From: David Graham <cdlu(at)pkl(dot)net>
To: Jimmy Kaplowitz <jimmy(at)debian(dot)org>
Cc: spi-bylaws(at)lists(dot)spi-inc(dot)org
Subject: Re: #06: Public resolutions
Date: 2003-04-01 16:05:46
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You're right, I used notwithstanding backward. I always thought
notwithstanding meant "not withstanding" ie statement after takes
precedence over statement before.

With that in mind...

"Any resolution passed by the Board of Directors of this organisation may,
with the absolute unanimous consent of all Board members, be kept
confidential from the membership and the public. If any Board member
decides at a future date that the resolution should no longer be
confidential, unanimous consent will be considered to no longer exist and
the resolution will henceforth be available to the membership.

"No resolution may be considered enacted or enforceable until it is
available to the entire organisation's membership, unless said resolution
has been declared confidential per Paragraph (article.paragraph)."

David "cdlu" Graham cdlu(at)pkl(dot)net
Guelph, Ontario SMS: +1 519 760 1409


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