[Linux-aus] State representation on the board

Leon Brooks leon at cyberknights.com.au
Sat Jan 10 21:01:02 UTC 2004

On Sat, 10 Jan 2004 02:34, Jeff Waugh wrote:
> I would like to see advisory sub-committees, such as a group of LUG
> leaders, a group of business leaders (you could call
> opensource.org.au and the proposed national business group an
> advisory sub-committee), government and education experts, etc., etc.
> That allows us to have a great committee from where ever, regional
> representation and special interest representation as the community
> and committee sees fit. Plus, you don't have to have a huge, unwieldy
> decision making core (the committee).

So would I. LA's rules seem kind of funny on that point. Sub-committees 
can be set up by Committee, but the victims dragooned onto them seem to 
become Clayton's Committee members by default, which could confuse 
things a bit.

Cheers; Leon

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