[aur-general] [tu-bylaws][PATCH]

Rashif Ray Rahman schiv at archlinux.org
Sun Aug 11 00:57:42 EDT 2013

On 9 August 2013 19:29, Xyne <xyne at archlinux.ca> wrote:
> ...
> * remove distinction between "active" and "inactive" TUs

So now what happens when so-called active or inactive TUs do not vote
and prevent quorum from being established? No action is taken? I see
these changes cover disappearing TUs, but not non-participating TUs. I
may also just be missing something.

> ...
> * various changes to correct or improve English throughout the document

While you're at it:

> ...
> mailing list] (aur-general). The proposal must also be worded unambiguously,
> and such that a YES or NO answer may be given.

-and such that
+such that

> ...
>  2. quorum was established and the number of NO votes is greater than or equal
>  to the number of YES votes

-quorum was established
+quorum has been established

> ...
> +Quorums were established to ensure that all matters decided by vote are
> +representative of the TU group. All TUs are expected to participate in all

The terms "quorum" and "established" are already used in the document
with a different meaning, so different wording could be used here,

+Quorums ensure that matters decided by vote are
+representative of the voters as a group. All TUs are expected to
participate in all

> +A motion must be made by at least two TUs for the removal of a
> +TU. The motion must be sent to

-removal of a
+removal of another

>  https://mailman.archlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/aur-general[aur-general], and
>  contain a detailed and valid reason that the TU in question should be removed.

-that the
+why the

> +OR who has not voted in a consecutive series of voting periods, the starting

How many "consecutive series"?

> +is followed by a discussion period of three days, a quorum of 66%, and a voting

-three days
+3 days


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