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[rpd] Report of the Soft Landing isuue

Frank Habicht geier at
Thu Apr 6 13:34:59 UTC 2017

On 4/6/2017 3:47 PM, Noah wrote:
> 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?

I think members are encouraged to only elect persons to the board in
which they can place a little bit of trust to do a good job.

I think that resolves a lot of "potential issues".


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