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''[[Sudo_room|<<< Back to Sudo Room]] | [[Sudo room/Compact in a nutshell | Compact "In a Nutshell"]] | '''[[Sudo room/Compact | Compact]]''' | [[Sudo room/Compact FAQ | Compact FAQ]] | [[Sudo room/Compact @TODO | Compact @TODO]] | [[Sudo room/Compact original proposal | Compact original proposal]]''
=Compact in a nutshell=
<blockquote>"sudo room is an association of individuals (called "sudoers") established to collectively support a creative community and hacker space, with corresponding values" like openness, safespace, and do-ocracy.</blockquote>
To be a member you have to pay the monthly fee; but you don't have to be a member to participate.
Necessarily some members are more member than others, there can always be a vote for: the ''facilitator'', the ''scribe'', and the ''exchequer''.
Anything that sudo room owns, you can use. Plus we buy things together.
Quorum is 10 people.
Financial decisions, and endorsements need consensus.
Termination of a member is 2/3 vote, after a tribunal.
*Budget a la mode
Sudo room is a [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voluntary_association Voluntary Association] seeking a suitable not-for-profit tax structure.
Anyone can do the budget, which is open.
The point of the budget is to reduce monthly fees, and issue internal credits (a soft dividend); but also to keep rainy-day money and no surplus.
Changes to the compact require consensus.
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