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What is a Unanimous vote at a special meeting? What happens if a board member is permanently unavailable? --[[User:Hef|Hef]] ([[User talk:Hef|talk]]) 19:59, 2 December 2014 (CST)
 
What is a Unanimous vote at a special meeting? What happens if a board member is permanently unavailable? --[[User:Hef|Hef]] ([[User talk:Hef|talk]]) 19:59, 2 December 2014 (CST)
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::I would consider them recused. [[User:Skm|Skm]] ([[User talk:Skm|talk]]) 12:13, 13 November 2015 (CST)
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The unanimous vote should be replaced with something else, such as supermajority. Many previous and current board members have recommended this. [[User:Skm|Skm]] ([[User talk:Skm|talk]]) 12:13, 13 November 2015 (CST)
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== Alternative consequences ==
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When working on discipline issues this year, we had people arguing that banning is not the only option. I made a list of more fine grained options. I don't want to lose that so I am sharing it here.
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* Warning to change behavior, with subsequent consequences
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* Specific action such as apology (not always a good idea)
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* Requiring to avoid any interaction with, and physical proximity to, people involved in the situation
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* Ending volunteer responsibilities
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* Permanent ban from online spaces
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* Temporary ban from online spaces
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* Moderation in online spaces
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* Required supervision
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[[User:Skm|Skm]] ([[User talk:Skm|talk]]) 12:19, 13 November 2015 (CST)

Latest revision as of 13:19, 13 November 2015

unanimous vote of the Board of Directors

What is a Unanimous vote at a special meeting? What happens if a board member is permanently unavailable? --Hef (talk) 19:59, 2 December 2014 (CST)

I would consider them recused. Skm (talk) 12:13, 13 November 2015 (CST)

The unanimous vote should be replaced with something else, such as supermajority. Many previous and current board members have recommended this. Skm (talk) 12:13, 13 November 2015 (CST)

Alternative consequences

When working on discipline issues this year, we had people arguing that banning is not the only option. I made a list of more fine grained options. I don't want to lose that so I am sharing it here.

  • Warning to change behavior, with subsequent consequences
  • Specific action such as apology (not always a good idea)
  • Requiring to avoid any interaction with, and physical proximity to, people involved in the situation
  • Ending volunteer responsibilities
  • Permanent ban from online spaces
  • Temporary ban from online spaces
  • Moderation in online spaces
  • Required supervision

Skm (talk) 12:19, 13 November 2015 (CST)