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'''Organizational Units''' are sub-groups of the network staff that handles one or more specific administrative duties.  These groups are sub-divided into directorships and committees.  Directors are individuals overseeing an aspect of network operations, whereas committees are groups of people overseeing an area of network organization. Click on an individual organizational unit for more information.
 
'''Organizational Units''' are sub-groups of the network staff that handles one or more specific administrative duties.  These groups are sub-divided into directorships and committees.  Directors are individuals overseeing an aspect of network operations, whereas committees are groups of people overseeing an area of network organization. Click on an individual organizational unit for more information.
  
==[[Infrastructure committee]]==
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==[[Infrastructure Committee]]==
The infrastructure committee is responsible for overseeing the foundation of the network.
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The infrastructure committee is responsible for overseeing the network's architecture and other core aspects and is made up of IRC operators and server administrators that are active in the network and important members of the community.
  
==[[Training committee]]==
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==[[Arbitration Directorship]]==
The training committee is responsible for giving additional training to network operators.
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The arbitration director handles all complaints about IRC operator abuse as well as appeals on bans that are otherwise legitimate.

Latest revision as of 00:09, 18 January 2009

Organizational Units are sub-groups of the network staff that handles one or more specific administrative duties. These groups are sub-divided into directorships and committees. Directors are individuals overseeing an aspect of network operations, whereas committees are groups of people overseeing an area of network organization. Click on an individual organizational unit for more information.

Infrastructure Committee

The infrastructure committee is responsible for overseeing the network's architecture and other core aspects and is made up of IRC operators and server administrators that are active in the network and important members of the community.

Arbitration Directorship

The arbitration director handles all complaints about IRC operator abuse as well as appeals on bans that are otherwise legitimate.