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= Rules of Order =
= Rules of Order =

Revision as of 15:14, 15 January 2013

As of December 2012, the only Standing Rules that have been approved designate the second Tuesday of each month for regular meetings and describe requirements for membership. Many parts of the Bylaws reference Standing Rules that do not yet exist.

Virtual Meeting Attendance

Membership Dues

the amount, payment period, due date and acceptable methods for collection of dues

Restoring Suspended Members

Anti-harrassment Policy

Diversity Statement

We welcome you.

We welcome people of any gender identity or expression, race, ethnicity, size, nationality, sexual orientation, ability level, neurotype, religion, elder status, family structure, culture, subculture, political opinion, identity, and self-identification.

As a U.S.- and District of Columbia-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization we're obliged to follow applicable laws, but we're serious about knowing and protecting your rights when it comes to free expression and privacy.

We support maximum freedom of creative expression, and only restrict that when we must for the safety and sanity of other folks. We think creativity is one of the greatest accomplishments of the human mind, and we want to enable that creativity in everyone from pro to amateur. We think neurodiversity is a feature, not a bug. We believe in being inclusive, welcoming, and supportive of anyone who comes to us with good faith and the desire to build a community.

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Rules of Order

Meeting Minutes

This paragraph in the Bylaws suggests that the Standing Rules should have something to say about meeting minutes.