[Incubator] juez y parte
jody.garnett at gmail.com
Thu Oct 12 08:26:54 PDT 2017
In the past when we have discussed this during motions we have been okay
with people voting since we trust their professionalism. For their own
peace of mind they often note if they are in someway involved.
I considered voting +0 since I am volunteering to mentor.
Although I had some initial involvement with the project that was more as a
LISAsoft employee, since my involvement the project has grown and
established its own governance structure, so I am curious to see how it
On 12 October 2017 at 06:17, Vicky Vergara <vicky at georepublic.de> wrote:
> Just asking:
> "juez y parte" is the term in Spanish when a "judge" also belongs to the
> "party" that is being judged.
> Are there policies on incubator committee that considers this kind of
> If not, there are some possibilities, like:
> When a "judge" is also a "party", the "judge" can use +0, -0
> When a "judge" is also a "party", the "judge" can not vote on motions
> referencing the "party"
> I must say that who ever rose my attention to this, is a straight person
> making it clear that also belongs to the "party" that is being judged.
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