[Melbourne-pm] Committee Positions (meeting 6:15pm tonight)
scottp at dd.com.au
Tue Oct 12 18:17:37 CDT 2004
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Here is some information on the positions we seek for Melbourne Perl
The information in the URL above explains what is required of
positions. For example it explains about the responsibility of the
public officer (eg: to organise an AGM within 5 months of the end of
the financial year, which is December 31 btw for us).
Positions (please note I forgot Vice-President in the last):
2 * Ordinary Members
* Some overlap can occur (eg: one person can be up to two roles)
* We require a minimum number of 5 on the committee
Time and motion:
What we do with Melbourne Perl Mongers is up to us as a group.
So how much time is required from committee members is really
going to be up to that committee on how much time they want
However, I believe that we are a fairly informal group and that
apart from the annual general meeting I see that the committee
really has a very small role and will not tax too much time
from people whom are interested.
Probably the most important role will be to make sure the
monthly meetings are run.
* Accept new members ($10 each)
* Nominate interested parties
- Requires 2 members plus permissions from candidate
- Must be documented (singed on a bit of paper)
* Vote for positions (where there is more than 1 for a position)
- Record positions, signed by new committee
* Thank you
I will have a full copy of the rules on the night and some of the
relevant FAQs, but if you have any questions please ask now.
* - * http://www.osdc.com.au - Open Source Developers Conference * - *
VP in charge of Pancakes
scottp at dd.com.au
Dismaimer: If you receive this email in error - please eat it
immediately to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands.
Please do not send me Word or PowerPoint attachments.
Microsoft is not the answer. It's the question. And the answer is no.
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.2.4 (Darwin)
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
More information about the Melbourne-pm