MOTU Meeting Notes

Stephan Hermann sh at
Fri Aug 8 07:49:19 BST 2008

On Fri, Aug 08, 2008 at 02:08:13AM -0400, Michael Casadevall wrote:
> - - MOTU Team Elections
>   * Persia's proposal  was discussed, and voted on, passing a majority
> vote in favor those whose where there
>      - The general points are as follows
>         *  To join the team, you nomination yourself, and need two
> sponsorship requests. the floor is opened to -motu for anyone to post
> criticisms. Any valid criticisms that are not retracted or resolved
> invalidates that member from joining the team
>         * Any MOTU can request the resignation of someone on
> - -sru/-release, which can be brought up on the list and discussed. If
> the issues can't be resolved, the MC will have to resolve it

Regarding this, what would be a sane reason to do this, despite
personal and social problems? 
I think we never had the case, that if someone has no time anymore, that
he/she was glueing his/her bum on the chair for those teams? 
So, IMHO the only reason which can force such a thing is a personal
quarrel or a social problem between the requesting motu and the motu in

If I understand this proposition totally wrong, please enlighten me :)


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