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A final decision is made when a majority of committee members approve of a proposal. If a final decision cannot be made or if a quorum of two in support cannot be reached, then the final decision is made by the lead network administrator. Once a final decision has been made, a member of the majority side of the committee, and optionally the minority, will write a statement which includes relevant statements on policy, summaries of evidence submitted for the case, and decrees on what should be done. The arbitration committee may amend any decisions at a later date at their discretion.
 
A final decision is made when a majority of committee members approve of a proposal. If a final decision cannot be made or if a quorum of two in support cannot be reached, then the final decision is made by the lead network administrator. Once a final decision has been made, a member of the majority side of the committee, and optionally the minority, will write a statement which includes relevant statements on policy, summaries of evidence submitted for the case, and decrees on what should be done. The arbitration committee may amend any decisions at a later date at their discretion.
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===Notes===
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* ''Once elected, the committee member's term lasts for six months'' — If an arbitration committee leaves early, this does de-sync the term endings. If this is a problem, we could have it so that when someone has to leave, a pro tempore member is appointed to fill the term.
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* ''The committee may choose to elect a chairperson at any time'' — If the committee needs a chairperson, they can choose a chairperson. The chairperson role is intended to be either temporary (for just one case, perhaps) or long-term (for the entire six months). If they choose not to have a chairperson, then that's fine too.
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* ''The users involved will '''be asked''' to join the official arbitration channel with the committee members'' — It is not required for anyone to participate with the arbitration committee, and there shouldn't be any penalty for not doing so. The idea behind testifying is to give users an *opportunity* to give their point of view, not a mandate.
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* ''...subject to perjury, which is enforced by a fixed network ban of 21 days and automatic loss of any network authority.'' — This differs from the previous penalty of 30 days OR loss of *operator status*. The reasoning behind this is that lying in a case is very dangerous because it creates so many dangerous possibilities, for example, g-lining or de-opering an innocent person. Additionally, if this person is on our staff and lies, we lose trust in them and staff positions are all based on an expectancy of trust, therefore, we cannot have them continue being on our staff. Note that this does not bar anyone currently in a staff position from that position
  
 
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