[pp.int.general] Invitation PPI Conference Paris 12th/13th of April
thijs.markus at piratenpartij.nl
Thu Apr 3 16:13:30 CEST 2014
Yes of course there is nothing in the statutes that prevents the CoA
from taking initiative themselves, and it would be jolly nice if and
when the statues are breached they would jump into action automatically,
for what are they there for otherwise? But well, if they require a short
little mail not weasel out of their responsibilities, then why not?
On 03.04.2014 15:59, Andrew Norton wrote:
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> On 4/3/2014 9:46 AM, Thijs Markus wrote:
>> Has such a 'concern' been sent to the CoA, or does someone still need
>> copy paste the line: 'considering this GA was announced in breach of
>> the statutes, it should be declared invalid under <copy paste statute
>> rule>.' at them?
> "at them", you mean the 'independent body' whose longest serving member
> is... Maxime, the event organiser? THAT independent body, unaware of
> THAT concern?
> uh huh.
> And certain people wonder why the PPI has such a stench of corruption
> around it.
> The quality of oversight by the "CoA" makes the Us house and Senate
> intelligence committee's oversight of the NSA seem fair, competent and
>> On 03.04.2014 15:37, Maxime Rouquet wrote:
>>> On Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 1:15 PM, Lisa <lisa at piratenpartij.nl> wrote:
>>>> Has there been consensus on whether or not this is a formal GA?
>>> As far as I am concerned, formal GA or not, there will anyway be a
>>> Conference and I do my best to organize it like a few others.
>>> About the concerns expressed, I have not changed my position :
>>> who feel there is a problem should ask the Court of Arbitration to
>>> rule on it. There is no shame in asking an independent body to
>>> arbitrate. Its job is also to solve such situations without ending in
>>> throwing stink bombs at each other on mailing-lists.
>>> PS : obviously, being either charged or a witness, I would not seat
>>> a CoA member if there was such a ruling.
>>> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
>>> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
>> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
>> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
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