Fix constitution formatting (#216)

Fixes #215

https://csclub.uwaterloo.ca/~a3thakra/csc/adi-fix-constitution-formatting

Reviewed-on: www/www-new#216
Reviewed-by: Amy <a258wang@csclub.uwaterloo.ca>
Co-authored-by: Aditya Thakral <a3thakra@csclub.uwaterloo.ca>
Co-committed-by: Aditya Thakral <a3thakra@csclub.uwaterloo.ca>
fix-md-font
Aditya Thakral 1 year ago
parent 8375bce092
commit 298e3c6efb
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  3. 6
      content/about/constitution/committees.md
  4. 34
      content/about/constitution/duties-of-officers.md
  5. 32
      content/about/constitution/officers.md
  6. 8
      content/about/constitution/purpose.md

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3. Members should only be appointed to the Systems Committee if they show interest and some existing ability in systems administration.
4. Members should only be removed from the Systems Committee with cause, or when they no longer show interest in systems administration.
5. The Systems Committee will collectively, under the leadership of the Systems Administrator,
a. operate any and all equipment in the possession of the Club.
a. maintain and upgrade the software on equipment that is operated by the Club.
a. facilitate the use of equipment that is operated by the Club.
1. operate any and all equipment in the possession of the Club.
1. maintain and upgrade the software on equipment that is operated by the Club.
1. facilitate the use of equipment that is operated by the Club.
6. Members of the Systems Committee shall have root access to the machines operated by the Club.
## Other Committees

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---
1. The duties of the President shall be:
a. to call and preside at all general, special, and executive meetings of the Club, except during the election of officers;
a. to appoint special committees of the Club and the membership and chairs of such committees, with the approval of the Executive Council; and
a. to audit, or to appoint a representative to audit, the financial records of the club at the end of each academic term.
a. with the approval of the Faculty Advisor, rule on any point of procedure under the constitution that arises outside of a meeting.
1. to call and preside at all general, special, and executive meetings of the Club, except during the election of officers;
1. to appoint special committees of the Club and the membership and chairs of such committees, with the approval of the Executive Council; and
1. to audit, or to appoint a representative to audit, the financial records of the club at the end of each academic term.
1. with the approval of the Faculty Advisor, rule on any point of procedure under the constitution that arises outside of a meeting.
1. The duties of the Vice-President shall be:
a. to assume the duties of the President in the event of the President's absence;
a. to chair the Programme Committee;
a. to appoint members to and remove members from the Programme Committee;
a. to ensure that Club events are held regularly; and
a. to assume those duties of the President that are delegated to them by the President.
1. to assume the duties of the President in the event of the President's absence;
1. to chair the Programme Committee;
1. to appoint members to and remove members from the Programme Committee;
1. to ensure that Club events are held regularly; and
1. to assume those duties of the President that are delegated to them by the President.
1. The duties of the Secretary shall be:
a. to keep minutes of all Club meetings;
a. to care for all Club correspondence; and
a. manage any persons appointed to internal positions by the Executive.
1. to keep minutes of all Club meetings;
1. to care for all Club correspondence; and
1. manage any persons appointed to internal positions by the Executive.
1. The duties of the Treasurer shall be:
a. to collect dues and maintain all financial and membership records;
a. to produce a financial or membership statement when requested.
1. to collect dues and maintain all financial and membership records;
1. to produce a financial or membership statement when requested.
1. The duties of the System Administrator shall be:
a. to chair the Systems Committee;
a. to appoint members to and remove members from the Systems Committee.
a. to ensure that the duties of the Systems Committee are performed.
1. to chair the Systems Committee;
1. to appoint members to and remove members from the Systems Committee.
1. to ensure that the duties of the Systems Committee are performed.

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---
1. The officers of the Club shall be:
a. President
a. Vice-President
a. Secretary
a. Treasurer
a. System Administrator
1. President
1. Vice-President
1. Secretary
1. Treasurer
1. System Administrator
1. There shall additionally be a Faculty Advisor, selected by the Executive from time to time from among the faculty of the School of Computer Science. The Faculty Advisor shall be an ex-officio affiliate member of the Club.
1. The choice of officers shall be limited to full members of the Club.
1. All officers, other than the System Administrator, shall be elected at a meeting to be held no later than two weeks after the start of lectures in each term.
1. The election of officers shall be accomplished by the following procedure:
a. Before the end of the prior term, the then-Executive shall choose a willing Chief Returning Officer, who is responsible for carrying out elections according to this procedure.
a. The CRO shall set the date and time of the election meeting, and set the nomination period. The nomination shall be at least one week long and shall end at least 24 hours before the start of the election meeting.
a. Announcements of the election and the nomination procedure must be distributed to all members by the members' mailing list, and should also be advertised by posters in the MC building.
a. During the nomination period, the Chief Returning Officer (CRO) shall be available to receive nominations for the posts of officers of the club, either in person, by email, by depositing nomination forms in the CSC's mailbox in the MathSoc office, or by writing the nomination in a place in the CSC office to be specified by the CRO.
a. A nomination shall consist of the nominee's userid, and post(s) nominated for. Nominees must be full members of the Computer Science Club. A member may decline a nomination at any point prior to the taking of the vote.
a. The election shall commence with the offering of memberships for sale. After a reasonable time, control of the meeting is given to the CRO who will preside over the election of the President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary, in that order.
a. During each election, if the position has no nominees, the CRO will take nominations from the floor. Any present, eligible member can be nominated.
a. Each election shall be carried out by secret vote, in a manner to be decided on by the CRO, with the approval of the members at the meeting. A simple heads-down-hands-up method is considered acceptable.
a. The CRO shall not vote except to break a tie.
a. The CRO may, if feasible, accept absentee ballots from full members. No absentee vote from a member shall be counted if the member is present at the time the vote is taken. The CRO shall make a best effort to ensure that absentee ballots are compatible with the method of voting chosen; if this is not possible (for instance, if the CRO is overruled by the membership), then the absentee votes shall not be counted.
a. Immediately after the vote is taken, the CRO will announce the results of the election and the winner will be removed from subsequent contests. If, due to lack of candidates (because there were no nominations, or candidates withdrew or were eliminated), there is no one elected to an office, then the members at the meeting will decide whether or not to hold extra elections in accordance with the procedure for vacancies. If they choose not to, this does not prevent the Executive or a group of members from calling extra elections later in the term in accordance with the usual vacancy provisions.
1. Before the end of the prior term, the then-Executive shall choose a willing Chief Returning Officer, who is responsible for carrying out elections according to this procedure.
1. The CRO shall set the date and time of the election meeting, and set the nomination period. The nomination shall be at least one week long and shall end at least 24 hours before the start of the election meeting.
1. Announcements of the election and the nomination procedure must be distributed to all members by the members' mailing list, and should also be advertised by posters in the MC building.
1. During the nomination period, the Chief Returning Officer (CRO) shall be available to receive nominations for the posts of officers of the club, either in person, by email, by depositing nomination forms in the CSC's mailbox in the MathSoc office, or by writing the nomination in a place in the CSC office to be specified by the CRO.
1. A nomination shall consist of the nominee's userid, and post(s) nominated for. Nominees must be full members of the Computer Science Club. A member may decline a nomination at any point prior to the taking of the vote.
1. The election shall commence with the offering of memberships for sale. After a reasonable time, control of the meeting is given to the CRO who will preside over the election of the President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary, in that order.
1. During each election, if the position has no nominees, the CRO will take nominations from the floor. Any present, eligible member can be nominated.
1. Each election shall be carried out by secret vote, in a manner to be decided on by the CRO, with the approval of the members at the meeting. A simple heads-down-hands-up method is considered acceptable.
1. The CRO shall not vote except to break a tie.
1. The CRO may, if feasible, accept absentee ballots from full members. No absentee vote from a member shall be counted if the member is present at the time the vote is taken. The CRO shall make a best effort to ensure that absentee ballots are compatible with the method of voting chosen; if this is not possible (for instance, if the CRO is overruled by the membership), then the absentee votes shall not be counted.
1. Immediately after the vote is taken, the CRO will announce the results of the election and the winner will be removed from subsequent contests. If, due to lack of candidates (because there were no nominations, or candidates withdrew or were eliminated), there is no one elected to an office, then the members at the meeting will decide whether or not to hold extra elections in accordance with the procedure for vacancies. If they choose not to, this does not prevent the Executive or a group of members from calling extra elections later in the term in accordance with the usual vacancy provisions.
1. Following the elections, it is the responsibility of the new executive to select a System Administrator. The selection of System Administrator must then be ratified by the members at the meeting. If a suitable System Administrator is not available, then the executive may delay their selection until one becomes available. In this case the selection of System Administrator must be ratified at the next meeting of the Club.
1. Any two offices may be held by a single person with the approval of the President (if any), and the explicit approval of the members.
1. In the case of a resignation of an officer or officers, including the President, or if a vacancy occurs for any other reason, the Executive, members at a meeting, or any ten (10) members may call extra elections to replace such officer(s). If extra elections are held, they are held for all vacant offices.

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---
1. The Club is organized and will be operated exclusively for educational and scientific purposes in furtherance of:
a. promoting an increased knowledge of computer science and its applications;
a. providing a means of communication between persons having interest in computer science.
a. promoting a greater interest in computer science and its applications; and
1. The above purposes will be fulfilled by the organization of discussions and lectures with professionals and academics in the field of computer science and related fields, the maintenance of a library of materials related to computer science, the maintenance of an office containing the library as an aid to aim (1.c) above, and such other means as decided by the club membership.
1. promoting an increased knowledge of computer science and its applications;
1. providing a means of communication between persons having interest in computer science.
1. promoting a greater interest in computer science and its applications; and
1. The above purposes will be fulfilled by the organization of discussions and lectures with professionals and academics in the field of computer science and related fields, the maintenance of a library of materials related to computer science, the maintenance of an office containing the library as an aid to aim (1.3) above, and such other means as decided by the club membership.

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