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Re: Are debian developers members of SPI ?

In message <3A52F21F.B6FEBC5E@optushome.com.au>, Glenn McGrath writes:
>From "article three - membership" of the spi-bylaws
>"Contributing and non-contributing memberships are available within this
>organization. Members agree to support the principles and help further
>the goals of this organization. All membership applications and renewals
>will be reviewed by the Membership Committee. Applicants must meet the
>criteria set forth in the charter of the Membership Committee."
>So i gather debian developers can become active SPI members
>"automatically" by applying to the SPI membership committee, i cant see
>on the website how they contact the membership committee.
>When you say "they will become active members automatically" do you mean
>they will be considered a  contributing member rather than
>non-contributing member as they have demonstrated their activity through
>debian, or do you mean membership is automatically granted
>(pre-approved) to debian members if they want it ?

Craig Small is working on the membership pages (they'll use the same 
system as Debian)  and as soon as that's online we'll start by allowing 
debian developers to apply to debug the system (since no verification 
etc. tasks are needed) and then open it up to everyone.  Hopefully this 
can start at the end of this month.


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