[Imc-india] CONSENSUS v2.0 IMC India suspends open publishing until new-imc process done

boud boud at riseup.net
Tue Mar 21 11:38:00 PST 2006


hi imc-india

It seems to me that since noone objected before 12 January (or later), 
that there is consensus on the version 2.0 of the proposal.

tech side: aravind said he'll contact pietro and rhatto, so IMHO you
should feel free to do the following with consensus from the "temporary"
collective, since now the political decision is made, techies can do this
without feeling they are making a political decision.

   # (1) temporarily suspend open publishing on the existing web site

   # (2) put a notice on the existing web site announcing the need to
   # reorganise a new collective

   # (3) in the notice, express the hope to try to organise a
   # new collective (possibly a city  based collective rather than
   # a "national" one) which will go through the new-imc organising process
   # (http://docs.indymedia.org/view/Global/NewImcHowTo)

Maybe you should also put a link to
  http://docs.indymedia.org/view/Local/ImcIndiaWho
since there are seven people inside India with one or two people in
each of several big cities and there is more chance of contact if people
know who is who.

* There's also someone with a request for hiding personal info:
http://lists.indymedia.org/pipermail/imc-india/2006-March/0321-a5.html


solidarity
boud


   ######################################################################
   # PROPOSAL: IMC India suspends open publishing until new-imc process done
   # Version 2.0
   #
   # DEADLINE: Thursday 12 January 2006
   #
   # (If noone has opposed this proposal by the deadline, then there is internal
   # IMC India consensus.)
   #
   # Noting that
   # (a) IMC India has been through several ups and downs of
   # temporary collectives over the past few years and has functioned more
   # as an electronic collaboration rather than as a real local collective:
   # http://docs.indymedia.org/view/Local/ImcIndia
   # (b) during the periods of inactivity, there can be quite a few spam and hate
   # posts
   # (c) the people with editorial access are slow to respond to attempts at
   # contact on the imc-india mailing list,  (the most recent active
   # editor, vickram crishna, e.g. see
   # http://lists.indymedia.org/pipermail/imc-india/2005-February/0216-8d.html -
   # now has his emails bouncing from mailman "(vvcrishna at softhome.net)"
   # (d) there are about 150 non-bouncing subscribers to imc-india - among those
   # living in India, it should be possible to organise a *real* collective,
   #
   # the present volunteers of IMC India and supporter (i.e. people on the
   # imc-india mailing list) decide to:
   #
   # (1) temporarily suspend open publishing on the existing web site
   # (2) put a notice on the existing web site announcing the need to
   # reorganise a new collective
   # (3) in the notice, express their hope to try to organise a
   # new collective (possibly a city  based collective rather than
   # a "national" one) which will go through the new-imc organising process
   # (http://docs.indymedia.org/view/Global/NewImcHowTo)
   ######################################################################





More information about the Imc-india mailing list