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Re: [Linux-aus] Can Linux Australia survive?

> They'd still need to be "staggered" terms to achieve the desired effect,
> which is strong institutional memory. Having the entire knowledge base
> of the organisation replaced every two years is nearly as bad as every
> year -- possibly even worse because it's more likely the entire
> executive will want to go. The staggering would help by only having
> *half* of the executive/committee leave at the end of each year, and
> never have an ordinary selection where the entire committee is replaced.
> -Mary

This could be mitigated somewhat by good record keeping and
documentation as well as the creation of the afore mention
"Administrator" position which can manage the day to day running of the
organisation thus removing some of the burden from the committee in the
first place.
James Purser
Skype: purserj1977