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Re: Question for Andreas Schuldei and Branden Robinson

Branden Robinson <branden@debian.org> wrote:

> 1) It's my understanding that there exists a MOU
> (memorandum-of-understanding)-style document that employers of elected
> Debian Project Leaders are requested to sign when one of their employees is
> elected to the position.  This MOU establishes that the employer will not
> attempt to exert leverage on the Debian Project via their employee's
> position.  I'm not aware of any employer having refused this in the past.
> Perhaps some of our recent Project Leaders can elaborate.

I've never heard of this. How can anyone be required to sign such a
document, and what would the consequences of them failing to sign it be?
Is this constitutionally mandated?

Matthew Garrett | mjg59-chiark.mail.debian.vote@srcf.ucam.org

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