[aur-general] Understanding the Trusted User Bylaws
louipc.ist at gmail.com
Sat Dec 4 18:06:24 EST 2010
On Sun 05 Dec 2010 00:44 +0200, Ionuț Bîru wrote:
> 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
Well, the biggest cryptic thing in the Bylaws are lines like:
> bool SVP( motion, unsigned short discussion_period, float quorum,
> unsigned short voting_period );
> SVP( addition_of_TU, 5, 0.66, 7 );
We probably shouldn't look at TU procedure so much like a computer
I would change the SVP lines to something like:
> Addition of a Trusted User:
> 5 Five days of discussion
> 7 Seven days of voting
> 66% Sixty-six percent Quorum
> This is today logic. And this time my eyes read until the end.
I'm glad you figured it out. :)
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