Some Notes on Constitutions and Things

Author: Max Kaye

Our constitutions are stored and managed here: https://github.com/voteflux/flux/. This is the only canonical source.

That said, we provide rendered copies (docx, epub, html, odt, pdf, rst, and txt) via https://voteflux.org/constitutions/, and you can find up-to-date latest copies in the _latest folder. These are regenerated every time a change is made to any document in the voteflux/flux repository (think of a repository like a folder) on GitHub. If you’re technical, you might be interested in the buildspec.yml file.

The copies of our constitutions in the constitutions folder above include the dates they were last edited. If you’d like to view the constitutions on github as they appeared at a particular date, you can use a URL like this: https://github.com/voteflux/flux/tree/master@{2019-02-01}. This will (in this case) show you our constitutions as they appeared on the 1st of February 2019.

You can also compare between arbitrary dates using a URL like this: https://github.com/voteflux/flux/compare/master@{2019-01-01}...master@{2019-03-31}. This shows all changes made between the 1st of January 2019 and the 31st of March 2019.

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