O'Reilly donated 3 copies each of 'Using the VI Editor' and the 'VI Pocket Reference'. One pair was put into the library.
Elections for elected officerships will be held the meeting after nominations are opened. Voting is to be anonymous. In the case where a candidate runs unopposed, typescript may ask that their approval for officership be passed by consent. If there is an objection to consent, the candidate must be approved by a 2/3 majority of a general meeting. If no candidate is elected for a position, nominations will be re-opened for that position until the next meeting, when a new election will be held, and so forth, as necessary until all positions are filled.
A newly-elected officer's term shall commence at the beginning of the meeting after elections are over."
Root and sys are allowed to make small changes to the bylaws. The scope of these changes is defined by:
i: Spelling, punctuation, formatting and change of wording are always fair game as long as it doesn't change the general meaning of the bylaw being changed.
ii: Minor additions and deletions will need to be brought to an informal vote by all the officers (majority wins) to see if the change is minor enough to implement without a general LUGOD vote.
iii: Anything else needs to be brought to a general vote at a regularly scheduled LUGOD meeting."
Rhonda Bailey and Carl Yates both won the VI pocket reference. Matt Roper and Sherry won copies of Using VI. After winning a coin-toss, Ryan won Learning Debian.
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