The discussion hints at a problem that the current proposal in the red-lined 
TSC charter doc has:
The charter refers to a wiki page that anyone with an LF account ID is free to 
edit (remember the early days, where we had folks “changing” the content of 
project proposals post the project approval..)

IMHO we should use the contents of the wiki to create a pdf 
document which would then be posted on The Charter should refer to 
that document instead of the wiki.
Thanks, Frank

<> On Behalf Of Raymond Paik
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Good catch Julien.  I used "organization" as TSC members could come from 
research institutions, universities, etc. that are not (for profit) companies.



On Wed, Apr 4, 2018 at 7:04 AM, Julien 
<<>> wrote:
Hi Ray,

"Cap per company:
·       Each organization can have a maximum of 2 TSC reps." in url:

I would suggest using the same word for company and organization in this 
description, and maybe company here is better.


Raymond Paik 
Just update the wiki page incorporating Wenjing's feedback.  Take a look at the 
TSC Chair election section at and let me know 
if there are other questions/feedback.



On Mon, Apr 2, 2018 at 1:50 PM, Raymond Paik 
<<>> wrote:

Good points.  Yes, I'll go ahead and update the wiki in the next few days.



On Mon, Apr 2, 2018 at 1:35 PM, Wenjing Chu 
<<>> wrote:
In the wiki page:

The TSC member election is scheduled on “mid-September” with flexibility, but 
the TSC chair wording is still hard-coded to September 7. I think that should 
be modified to be consistent – so that the newly elected TSC members choose the 
Chair, not the outgoing TSC.

If that is indeed the intent here, which I assume so, then we should revise the 
wiki text as soon as possible.

Another problem with the wiki section related to Chair election is its 
reference to the OPNFV By-Law
” (per section 5.5(b) of the OPNFV 
That is no longer valid. We should refer to the OPNFV Technical Charter (or 
LFN’s) instead.


 On Behalf Of Raymond Paik
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2018 4:12 PM
To: opnfv-tech-discuss 
Subject: [opnfv-tech-discuss] Red-lined TSC Charter Document


Please find attached red-lined TSC Charter document that reflects OPNFV's move 
to a merit-based TSC. The new text was heavily borrowed from OpenDaylight's 
 as they already migrated to a merit-based TSC.  The details on size, 
eligibility, election timing, etc. will be updated on the wiki if/when 
community decides to make any tweaks.

Please let me know if you have any questions/feedback.  The plan is to vote on 
this during the TSC meeting April 10th (after ~2 week review period).



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