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Re: [wg-d] Working Group Membership
On 17 August 1999, Karl Auerbach <karl@CaveBear.com> wrote:
>Again, under VI-B 2(b), it says pretty clearly that working groups are
>"bodies of the GA". As such, it seems to me that it's either up to
>the GA to say or, alternatively, that the door is open to anyone who
>could be part of the GA.
Would it be possible for someone to be a member of a WG, and yet not
be a member of a Constituency or the GA? In reading through things,
that would seem to be the case, as the NC can put anyone it wants to
into WGs. Do the Constituencies have this power? Does the GA?
Personally, I think the WGs should be open to anyone who wishes to
participate, regardless of affiliation. However, that's an upper
bound on participation. The lower bound is defined in the bylaws.
Mark C. Langston Let your voice be heard:
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