SAC:Election to SAC
Who should join SAC
Getting Elected to SAC
SAC members are added by election. A SAC member can ask someone if they would like to be on SAC and if that someone agrees, the SAC member should open up a motion for the person to be added to SAC.
A person (even if not a member of SAC), can take initiative, and ask to be added to SAC via the SAC mailing list.
Once intent has been confirmed, a SAC member (PSC Chair must make the motion if no one else does), will on SAC mailing list, start the motion to add said member to SAC list.
At least 3 members of SAC must agree to the request on the mailing list with a +1, and no -1. All -1s must be discussed and adjudicated before motion to add member can be passed.
New member motion passed what next
Once the motion passes, to add the new member:
- Add member to list of SAC#Members and indicate their responsibilities if known.
- Based on their responsibilities, the new member may be given additional access and enhanced permissions which may include:
- membership in SAC LDAP group
- membership in shell LDAP group, allowing ssh access
- administrative access to one or more of the following:
- main website
- mailing lists
Details on how to access the various administrative areas can be found on SAC:Administrative Access.