On Mon, 24 Jan 2011 20:32:53 +0100, Per Jessen wrote:
I think most
of the principles (particularly under "we value") could be
Perhaps, but that's not enough to form a base for punitive action, IMHO.
I don't entirely disagree. However, they are (and should be) enough to
support punitive action if it is taken - which of course is different
than what you've said above.
I see two ways out - we rephrase or amend the guiding
include something like: "As a member, you explicitly agree to ..."
Or we empower the board to act as umpire with arbitrary powers.
I don't mind either one, but I do appreciate that not everyone might see
option #2 as very attractive.
I'm happy with #2 so long as it's understood that that's the case.
I do have a fundamental problem with electing a board that isn't
trusted. Personally, I trust the board, so I'm fine with it myself.
Indeed, that's why I've not had a lot to say about the actions taken,
because I believe the board is there to do what's in the best interests
of the project, and I trust them to do that.
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