Commit 55b19a78 authored by Daniel W Bond's avatar Daniel W Bond

added link to constitution from gitlab's ci build artifacts! also noticed some...

added link to constitution from gitlab's ci build artifacts! also noticed some things formatted wrong or missing when comparing side by side with the final rendered pdf
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<p><h4><strong><em>Last updated May 9, 2016</em></strong></h4></p>
<p><small>review a history of changes on <a href="https://git.gmu.edu/srct/constitution">git.gmu.edu/srct/constitution</a></small></p>
<p><small>email questions, comments, and suggestions to <em>exec@srct.gmu.edu</em></small></p>
<p><small><a href="https://drive.google.com/uc?export=download&id=0BzEh4MeQpxTbb0pDdTc2Q1lpSFE">download PDF</a></small></p>
<p><small><a href="https://git.gmu.edu/srct/constitution/builds/1124/artifacts/file/constitution.pdf">download PDF</a></small></p>
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<legend><a name="ArticleI" href="#ArticleI">Article I — Name of Organization</a></legend>
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<legend><a name="ArticleII" href="#ArticleII">Article II — Purpose of Organization</a></legend>
<p>Student-Run Computing and techology (SRCT) will seek to enhance student computing at Mason. SRCT will focus on establishing and maintaining systems which would provide specific services to the general Mason community.</p>
<p><strong>Open Source</strong></p>
<p>SRCT is strongly committed to the principles of Free and Open Source Software, and it is recommended
that software used by or created by SRCT be Free and Open Source. However, we do acknowledge that
there are times when proprietary software is more practical or more appropriate, and so our committment
to open source shall not be considered an absolute requirement.</p>
<legend><a name="ArticleIII" href="#ArticleIII">Article III — Membership</a></legend>
<p>Membership in this organization will not be restricted on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, sex, or age. Membership is open to all currently enrolled GMU students in good academic standing with the university with a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 who support the advancement of the organization’s principles. SRCT members will be classified as either contributors or developers.</p>
<p>Membership in this organization will not be restricted on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, sex, or age.</p>
<p>Membership is open to all currently enrolled GMU students in good academic standing with the university with a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 who support the advancement of the organization’s principles.</p>
<p>SRCT members will be classified as either <strong>contributors</strong> or <strong>developers</strong>.</p>
<p><strong>Contributors</strong></p>
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in the future. No prospective developer may be voted on more than twice in
one semester.</p>
<p>To be accepted as a developer, an individual must meet two of the
<p><strong>Developer Selection Criteria</strong>
To be accepted as a developer, an individual must meet two of the
following three criteria, with emphasis on the first two.</p>
<p><ul>
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alumni status.</p>
<p>The following categories, <strong>alumni members</strong> and
</strong>textbf{honorary members</strong>, are special categories of membership. The
<strong>honorary members</strong>, 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 <em>Members</em> when
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<p><strong>Revocation of Membership</strong></p>
<p>In extraordinary circumstances, if a motion is brought and seconded at a meeting for membership revocation, the general SRCT membership will be notified by email of the motion not less than five days before the following meeting. If a quorum is present, an official vote will be held by secret ballot, requiring a 3/4 supermajority of present members. Although an official vote, all present contributors will be allowed to present arguments for or against membership revocation prior to the vote. Members will be automatically removed if suspended or expelled by the university.</p>
<p>In extraordinary circumstances, if a motion is brought and seconded at a meeting for membership revocation, the general SRCT membership will be notified by email of the motion not less than five days before the following meeting. If a quorum is present, an official vote will be held by secret ballot, requiring a 3/4 supermajority of present members. Although an official vote, all present contributors will be allowed to present arguments for or against membership revocation prior to the vote.</p>
<p>Developer status will be automatically removed if suspended or expelled by the university.</p>
<legend><a name="ArticleIV" href="#ArticleIV">Article IV — Officers</a></legend>
<p>Officers’ terms are for two semesters; there are no term limits. All officers will attend any training required by OSI. The Executive Board is defined as the collection of all five officer positions.</p>
<p>Officers’ terms are for two semesters; there are no term limits. All officers will attend any training required by OSI. The <strong>Executive Board</strong> is defined as the collection of all five officer positions.</p>
<p><strong>President</strong></p>
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<p><strong>Standard Elections</strong></p>
<p>Elections will be held during the first meeting of March, with the results to come into effect at the start of the following semester. Voting shall be handled in a secret ballot to be counted by the highest ranking member not in contest for any officer position, or if all positions are in contention, then by a quorum of all project managers not directly involved in elections. In the event of a tie, a second round of voting will be held between the top two candidates following the same procedures of the first round. In the event of a further tie, the Advisor will determine the winner.</p>
<p>Elections will be held during the first meeting of March, with the results to come into effect at the start of the following semester.</p>
<p>Voting shall be handled in a secret ballot to be counted by the highest ranking member not in contest for any officer position, or if all positions are in contention, then by a quorum of all project managers not directly involved in elections.</p>
<p>In the event of a tie, a second round of voting will be held between the top two candidates following the same procedures of the first round. In the event of a further tie, the Advisor will determine the winner.</p>
<p><strong>Special Elections</strong></p>
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<legend><a name="ArticleVI" href="#ArticleVI">Article VI — Impeachment or Resignation</a></legend>
<p><strong>Impeachment or Resignation</strong></p>
<p>While an officer is in an elected position, they must fulfill the
responsibilities of that position. If an elected officer fails to
perform their responsibilities or abuses the privileges of their
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