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From "Dennis E. Hamilton" <>
Subject RE: 2015-08-24 Future Board Reports
Date Tue, 25 Aug 2015 14:10:46 GMT
Great question, Louis.

The board-reporting guidelines are quite comprehensive,

Please note the final section, "Engaging with the Board about the Report."  It is not until
the Board meeting that the report is accepted, after any requested changes, and there may
be action items back through Chair that also arise out of the Board meeting.  

The Apache OpenOffice collection of Board Reports is at <>.

You'll see that the latest one is a draft, and the template being used is evident. The first
report from Apache OpenOffice as a Top Level Project is the one for 2012 Nov.

Notice that the Board Minutes, after approval at the next Board Meeting, are published as
a single text file with all of the reports from Projects attached.  Here are the approved
minutes that include the July 2015 report for Apache OpenOffice: <>.
The report required no discussion at the meeting and it consists of under 50 lines of text
at "Attachment AQ."

You can also see how other projects report there.

 - Dennis

-----Original Message-----
From: Louis Suárez-Potts [] 
Sent: Monday, August 24, 2015 20:14
To:; Dennis E. Hamilton <>
Subject: Re: 2015-08-24 Future Board Reports


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Thanks for the explanation on process. But I ask an intentionally naïve question. What is
contained in the Report to the Board? 


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