[aur-general] Understanding the Trusted User Bylaws
ibiru at archlinux.org
Sat Dec 4 17:44:15 EST 2010
On 12/05/2010 12:25 AM, Loui Chang wrote:
> I've noticed that there have been a few cases relatively recently where
> people don't really understand the bylaws.
> I'd like to encourage all Trusted Users to read over the bylaws
> periodically to make sure that they fully understand the procedures.
> Questions and clarifications are welcome on this list.
> If something is hard to understand, the bylaws can be revised and amended.
> If you don't agree with a certain procedure that may also be amended.
> Thanks for your consideration.
because the bylaws are cryptic and i would enumerate below the logic of
the bylaws understand right now. in parentheses
Removal of a TU
(the first part is clearly. we need a proposal, some discussion period
and voting. clearly as water.)
There is one special case for removal, removal due to unwarranted and
undeclared inactivity, for which standard voting procedure deviates from
(above being the regular voting procedure).
This motion is also automatically triggered by repeated quorum offenses,
as described in the Quorum subsection of this. document
(meaning the consecutive voting procedures failure and all the crap from
For this special case, SVP is followed with a discussion period of three
days, a quorum of 66%, and a voting period of 5 days.
(for this special case, being the _Quorum_ one, 3+5)
This is today logic. And this time my eyes read until the end.
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