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* Gather past research, determine indicators of current diversity, and identify root causes that contribute to any identified shortfalls.
 
* Gather past research, determine indicators of current diversity, and identify root causes that contribute to any identified shortfalls.
 
* Recommending actions for the Foundation, Working Groups or any other OSM actors to resolve these issues and improve diversity and inclusion.
 
* Recommending actions for the Foundation, Working Groups or any other OSM actors to resolve these issues and improve diversity and inclusion.
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==[[FOSS Policy Special Committee]]==
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* Implement the [[FOSS Policy]]
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* Document where closed or hosted software is used by the foundation, and why
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* Identify practical open alternatives
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==[[Software Dispute Resolution Panel]]==
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* Adjudicate software disputes that were not amicably resolved via community discussion
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* Establish internal procedures for that purpose
   
 
== [[Microgrants/Committee| Microgrants committee]]==
 
== [[Microgrants/Committee| Microgrants committee]]==

Latest revision as of 16:29, 8 March 2021

The board can create Special Committees to take on time delimited scoped tasks. Unlike Working Groups, which have an ongoing scope and remit, they are not standing institutions, but deal with a delimited set of tasks. The work of a Special Committees is initiated by a board member, but other members of the Foundation and community may be invited to participate, and the chair may be anyone sitting on the Special Committee.

Diversity and Inclusion Special Committee

  • Gather past research, determine indicators of current diversity, and identify root causes that contribute to any identified shortfalls.
  • Recommending actions for the Foundation, Working Groups or any other OSM actors to resolve these issues and improve diversity and inclusion.

FOSS Policy Special Committee

  • Implement the FOSS Policy
  • Document where closed or hosted software is used by the foundation, and why
  • Identify practical open alternatives

Software Dispute Resolution Panel

  • Adjudicate software disputes that were not amicably resolved via community discussion
  • Establish internal procedures for that purpose

Microgrants committee

  • Running the call for microgrants projects.
  • Making a selection of about ten projects.
  • Following up with the selected projects.