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Oversight Board/Decisions

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2017-04-21
Due to confusion about Sugar Labs governance, during 2016 several members of the project not on the SLOB posted motions, but these were not seconded, and have been struck out to show they were considered by some SLOB members are invalid.
 
== 2017-05-05 ==
;PASSED MOTION 2017-09: Samson Goddy, seconded by Lionel Laske: Revise the Sugar Labs mission statement to "Sugar Labs is a volunteer-run project whose mission is to reach global learners and educators with a collection of tools that enable them to explore, discover, create, and reflect in their local language. Sugar Labs distributes these tools freely and encourages its users to appropriate them, taking ownership and responsibility for their learning."<br>(Motion passed 5 in favor, 1 opposed, 1 abstained)
 
;FAILED MOTION 2017-08: Laura Vargas made a motion to adopt a new mission statement that was not seconded: "Sugar Labs is a community-run project whose mission is to support a collection of free/libre software tools that facilitates learners to discover, create, reflect, translate, share and appropriate such tools in sustainable and creative manners."
 
== 2017-04-21 ==
;FAILED MOTION 2017-07: Walter Bender, seconded by Samson Goddy: Revise the Sugar Labs mission statement to "Sugar Labs is a volunteer-run project whose mission is to reach global learners and educators with a collection of tools that enable them to explore, discover, create, and reflect in their local language. Sugar Labs distributes these tools freely and encourages its users to appropriate them, taking ownership and responsibility for their learning."<br>(Motion failed: 3 votes for, 4 abstained)
== 2017-04-21 ==

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