AW: [council] Motion to Adopt Updated Council Operating Procedures

KnobenW at KnobenW at
Tue Oct 27 07:13:42 UTC 2009

To cover the ongoing discussion it is intended to withdraw the motion on
the amendment and amend the motion itself in the way as attached.
I'll insert a revision deadline after having coordinated with the work
Is that acceptable?

Best regards



Von: owner-council at [mailto:owner-council at]
Im Auftrag von Gomes, Chuck
Gesendet: Sonntag, 25. Oktober 2009 02:00
An: Rosette, Kristina; council at
Betreff: RE: [council] Motion to Adopt Updated Council Operating

The motion to amend the motion specifically deals with the abstention
issue.  If the amendment does not pass, then we could add language like


From: owner-council at [mailto:owner-council at]
On Behalf Of Rosette, Kristina
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2009 8:51 PM
To: council at
Subject: [council] Motion to Adopt Updated Council Operating Procedures


It is my understanding from our discussion yesterday that we had rough
consensus on voting to adopt the updated Council Operating Procedures,
but to state in the motion that certain areas remain outstanding (e.g.,
abstentions) and to require that those areas be priority work to be
completed by a date certain.

Two questions: 

1.  Is that correct? 

2.  What areas, other than abstentions, remain outstanding? 

I'll start drafting a substitute motion once I've heard back from enough
of you so that I'm comfortable I'm on the right track.


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