Having the Planning Council mailing list guess what the
fiduciary responsibilities of the Board may or may not be doesn’t seem
like a great use of time. Trust me, this is well worn ground.
On the other hand, it is Friday afternoon and the weather is
How the conversation got to here from the idea of defining and
enforcing technical requirements for projects to participate in a
release just boggles my mind.
[mailto:eclipse.org-planning-council-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Scott
Sent: Friday, November 02, 2007 3:51 PM
Subject: Re: [eclipse.org-planning-council] A suggested topic for
Planning Council Discussion
Doug Schaefer wrote:
I’m not sure the Board would agree that this isn’t
I'm sure some/many of them would think it's about business...specifically *their*
business. But the EF is not a business, and the Board members are not
At the end of the day the Board decides.
IANAL, but I don't think the Board can decide to have a non-profit organization
(EF) do something that is clearly/obviously in the commercial interests of
*some/one* of the member organizations. Again IANAL so I may be wrong
about details...but I think the Board does have responsibilities that are not
the same as the feduciary responsibilities of a commercial organization's