Some comments


I've read the document at :
(glanced over it, not read it extremely in depth, as it is still a
 if I understand correctly)

One thing :

> On certain occasions, conversations within the Gnome Foundation will be
> confidential. On those occasions, notes from meetings etc. may be edited
> to maintain confidentiality. We will work to keep confidential
> conversations down to a minimum.

I am wondering what you mean hear with 'confidential'? I get the nasty
feeling this is more or less a loophole to make decisions behind other
people's back or something which is not a good thing.
Maybe someone could give a concrete example and more clearly define 
'certain occasions'?

Almer S. Tigelaar

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