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PPI Coreteam Minutes 2010-04-05

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CORETEAM MEETING MINUTES
PIRATE PARTIES INTERNATIONAL
5th April, 2010


1. ATTENDEES

1.1. Members of the PPI Coreteam

Aleksander Blagojevic (Blaeks, CTO)
Samir Allioui (CoreTX, Co-President)
Will Tovey (Duke, CAO)
Nicolas Sahlqvist (Nicco, CFO)
Steffen Ortmann (SteffenO, SNMGO)
Xavier Vila (XaviVila, CNTO)

1.2. Others Present

Andrew Norton (K`Tetch, PPUs)
miki (PPCz)
Puuhkaja
SciFi (PPCh)


2. PROCEEDINGS

Meeting opened at 20:52 (CEST) by SteffenO.
Secretary for this meeting is Duke.
Quorum established with 6 of 7 Coreteam members present.
Meeting closed at 22:33 (CEST) by SteffenO.
Next meeting on Monday, April 12, 2010.


3. OPENING REMARKS

  1. - The minutes from the previous meeting were discussed.
  2. - SciFi noted that PPCh would likely be attending the conference and thanked the Coreteam[?] for their discussion the previous week.


4. AGENDA

4.1 - Conference update - Proposed by Duke

It was noted that many of the conference fees had not been paid. A room had been booked for the weekend. Delegates will have full powers to act on behalf of their party. There was a discussion of how the delegates should prove their authority to the conference; it was proposed that all delegates have written confirmation from their party chairmen of their position. Proposal Failed (Yes: 4| No: 2| Abstain: 0)

4.2 - Statutes update - Proposed by Duke

[Not discussed due to absences]

4.3 - [info] PPI is getting popular - Proposed by SteffenO

It was noted that PPI was mentioned by Time magazine as the umbrella organisation for the Pirate movement which made number 9 in their top 10 alternative political movements.[1] PPI had also been mentioned by Piratenstatistiken (a side-project of PPDe) which noted the large growth in number of followers on Twitter.[2]


5. FINISHING NOTES

  1. - It was noted that the Coreteam had no clear guidelines on how internal voting worked, i.e. how many votes were required to pass a motion. This will be left to the Statutes.
  2. - The statutes proposed by PPCz were discussed.[3]