Commit 419595bd authored by Jean Michel Rouly's avatar Jean Michel Rouly
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Merged conflicts about membership removal.

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infrastructure as required by their project, and as overseen by the
System Administrator. Additionally, project management entails the
responsibility to maintain project documentation and oversee project
development. Developers may also contribute to SRCT projects under
the guidance and supervision of the project manager.
\subsection{Revocation of Developer Status}
development. Developers may also contribute to SRCT projects under
the guidance and supervision of the project manager. To attain
developer status, a contributor must demonstrate leadership skills,
commitment to SRCT principles, and technical ability. Prospective
developers will be selected based on these qualifications by official
vote. Any prospective developer will not be voted on more than twice
per semester.
Any developer who leaves the university, whether by graduating or otherwise,
loses their developer status. Developers who graduate automatically become
alumni members. Developers who leave the university without graduating
do not automatically gain alumni status, but may request alumni status
from the Executive Board, who will decide the matter by a majority vote.
Developers who are expelled lose their developer status and may not request
alumni status.
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The following categories, \textbf{alumni members} and
\textbf{honorary members}, are special categories of membership. The
purpose of these categories is to allow non-GMU people to contribute to
SRCT. Members of these categories shall be listed as members, but will
not be counted in membership totals, and will not count as "Members" when
this document refers to such.
\subsection{Alumni Members}
Alumni members are former developers or contributors who graduated
from George Mason in good standing with SRCT. They may contribute to
projects and offer advice, but they may not vote, hold leadership
positions, or control SRCT resources.
\subsection{Honorary Members}
Honorary members are people who have been recognized for providing
significant service, expertise, or other contributions to SRCT. They
may be nominated by any contributor or developer and must be approved
by a majority vote of the Executive Board. They may contribute to projects
and offer advice, but may not vote, hold leadership positions, or control
SRCT resources.
\subsection{Revocation of Membership}
In extraordinary circumstances, if a motion is brought and seconded at
a meeting for revocation of a developer's status, the SRCT general membership
will be notified by email of the motion not less than five days before the
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