[Linux-aus] Minutes of Council Face to Face, 8-9th March 2014, Hobart, Tasmania
noel.butler at ausics.net
Thu Apr 10 22:45:23 EST 2014
You are trying to claim jurisdiction over what is entirely private corro
between two people who may just happen to be members of LA - you can not
do that, the first time you try "interfere" you may well find yourself
on the wrong end of the legal system - if someone wanted to get narky.
not to mention its the kinda thing only a communist dictatorship regime
would come up with.
On 09/04/2014 20:18, Joshua Hesketh wrote:
> Hi Noel,
> We're not trying to assert that mail sent privately (after initiating from a list) should be made public or subject to certain restrictions. Simply this reinforces clauses 10, 11 and 12 of our constitution that it may be cause for a complaint to be made about a member.
> I hope that helps.
>  http://linux.org.au/constitution#Resolution_of_disputes 
> On 09/04/14 10:10, Noel Butler wrote:
> Sorry, but as one who has been on the receiving end of several abusive private msgs related to things I have said on-list over the times, even I know that you can not do this, private direct mail is private and unrelated to LA.
> Before trying to assert yourself as god himself, you best obtain "real" legal advice before contemplating anything like this, I have seen an instance where a organisation tried this, and they were slapped over in court, now it might have been in U.K., but since our legal system is based on the westminster system still AFAIK, expect much the same outcome here.
> On 08/04/2014 23:04, Linux Australia Secretary wrote:
> DECISION: If a person is sending a mail privately, it is sent between two people, then a member can make a complaint about another member, and may result in mediation.
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