That's how far the horizon is, not how far you can see.
Constitutional AmendmentsFirst should be a way for non-council members to oppose parts of the constitution.
As I've said, I'm a bit uncomfortable with giving ourselves absolute power.
Not everyone should have the ability to suggest changes, of course, for obvious reasons.
This, I suppose, goes into Tom's thread about taking members. I guess we have a reason to do that now.
They should get their own board, as well, I think. Maybe make it private too. Might as well have a board where regulars can hang out and say whatever we want.
Okay. But what about when The Knowledge wants to join? Or EJ, for that matter? Should there be any restrictions whatsoever?
So first suggestion for the constitution and subject to vote.Any and all persons wishing to be a part of The Flat Earth Society may do so, subject to adherence to the forum rules as drafted by the forum administration.Excellent. Lets write more.
Forget membership for now. We have already decided its not the right time. We can revisit when we do.
Super. Lets call them amendments instead of changes.
When was such a hierarchy ever established for council members?I think the neighborhood of six months to a year is a fine length of term.