[Proposal] [Administrative Bylaws] Chronicle Information Form (8.D.iii.7.)

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Proposal Type: Bylaw Revision
Opened: 18-Sep-2019 12:00AM EDT
Closing: 19-Sep-2019 12:00AM EDT


As Head Coordinator, I, Danielle Frink, propose the following addition to the Administrative Bylaws.

 

Add:

8.D.iii.7. Chronicle Information Form

a.       This form must be completed every three months and must include, at minimum:

i.        HST name and email address.

ii.      AST name(s) and email address(es)

iii.    Council Member name and email address

iv.    Genre(s) of the chronicle

v.      Chronicle Disciplinary Policy

vi.    Chronicle House Rules

b.      If there are no changes to chronicle information in the three month period, chronicle staff must click on the button "this info is correct" on the Admin Dashboard.

Change current Administrative Bylaws 8.D.iii.7. through 8.D.iii.9 to 8.D.iii.8 through 8.D.iii.10

Rationale: This is simply to bring the Chronicle Information Form reporting in-line with other chronicle responsibilities. If a chronicle wants to be part of the org, the least they can do is keep their OOC information up-to-date for everyone to reference. The bonus to this form is we already have a button that allows the staff to simply verify that everything is current - takes about 10 seconds to log in, go to the ST dashboard Chronicle Information section and click that button. This proposal will also allow us to hold chronicles accountable for failing to keep accurate OOC information on the website. Currently, 28 chronicles are past the three month window - some as much as two years + past due.
 
I forgot to post the relevant bylaw with my proposal last time, but wanted to remind everyone that this proposal has the potential to autopass and does not require a second. 
 
  1. Administrative Coordinators may pass before Council any changes to the administrative bylaws, as long as said changes directly affect their position. These proposals need not be seconded, but go immediately into discussion.
    1. If no opposition is voiced during the week of discussion, the bylaw is considered passed and enforceable. Once passed these bylaws are considered binding to all chronicles (as with any other bylaw) and a chronicles refusal to adhere to said bylaw is grounds for OWBN disciplinary measures. Opposition must be in regards to the content of the proposal and must give those reasons why the objection is voiced. This is to allow Coordinator's the opportunity to respond and/or make changes/remove the proposal and its contents.

 

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