Re: NM-committee voting scheme
* Goswin von Brederlow (firstname.lastname@example.org) [040221 13:55]:
> Martin Michlmayr <email@example.com> writes:
> > * Goswin von Brederlow <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-02-20 13:28]:
> > > ultimate rejection:
> > >
> > > The DAM has to be replaced, which is very unlikely.
> > No, there can be a GR about accepting the applicant against the DAM's
> > wish (you don't have to replace the DAM, just override him in that
> > case).
> But an ultimate rejection is not becoming a DD on his watch. So, if
> the DAM is overruled by a GR, consequently he would have to respond in
> giving up his job. Thats the thread hanging there or not?
No. The sucessful GR would mean that the DAM-vote is overriden. If -
and only if - the DAM would ignore this decision (and violate by this
the constitution), then there'd be a need for this.
> There also doesn't seem to be a timeline for reapplying after an
> ultimate rejection. Ultimate rejection sounds like a life sentence.
> Or can one reapply once the DAM changed? Or call a GR to be allowed to
No, unless this decision is taken back.
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