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[rpd] Report of the Soft Landing isuue

Noah noah at
Thu Apr 6 12:47:47 UTC 2017

At 14:28 04-04-2017, Alan Barrett wrote:

> When/if the proposal gets to the point of ratification by the Board, any
> Board member with a conflict of interest would have to recuse themselves
> from voting.  However, it's not clear what would constitute a conflict of
> interest.  I would suggest that a proposal author might have a conflict,
> but a commenter does not have a conflict.

Suppose a director takes a subjective position regarding a policy publicly
on the pdp, does that qualify as conflict of interest in the event that the
said policy is before the board at the stage of ratification?

How will the pdp community know that the director or directors in question
was/were called out by the other Board members since board minutes follows
a couple or weeks afterwards?

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