AFIK, it is true. Do you have any reference to show that the Sugar Labs Board has any different bylaws? I am new to the Board and so at some historical point, the normal rules of order could have been changed.

The motion was not made by Sebastian, but by Walter. I think you need to re-read the log of the meeting. Non-members of the Board are welcome to propose actions by the Board, but Board members must take the action, if they so chose.

The vote by 'private thread' is not a Benghazi conspiracy theory. There is no one on the Board who is conspriing to keep secrets from the membership. I really think your persistence in accusing the Board of conspiracy is out of line.


On 06/30/2016 06:33 PM, Dave Crossland wrote:
On 30 June 2016 at 12:07, Tony Anderson <tony_ander...@usa.net> wrote:
I posted no motion on June 4.
Making a comment is not a motion.
My apologies; you drafted it and I posted it in thread "Motion: to
undertake a fund raising drive." and it was not seconded.

According to standard rules of order, a motion must be 'moved' by
a member of the Board.
As far as I know, this is false.

Here is a copy of my earlier email which you did not respond to in your reply:

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In http://www.mail-archive.com/iaep%40lists.sugarlabs.org/msg16403.html
Walter notes that

(a) the GPL motion - **which you voted to approve** - was submitted

(i) by email, and

(ii) by Sebastian, not a SLOB member, and

(b) it was voted on in a private thread on the SLOBs list, which
Walter regretfully informs us he forgot to CC to the lists.

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I would like you to comment on these 4 points :)

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