Difference between revisions of "Network Policy"

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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
  
OshaberiNet is a collaborative effort between volunteers.
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OshaberiNet is a collaborative effort between volunteers. This document describes the day-to-day procedures for operating the network.
  
=== Governance ===
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=== Roles ===
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==== Global Operators ====
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Global operators own and maintain a hub node. This type of operator may take action on the entire network such as banning a user from all servers. They may also appoint a single local operator to assist with the operation of their node.
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==== Local Operators ====
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Local operators may own a leaf node or be appointed by a global operator. This type of operator may take action on single node in the network.
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==== Services Operators ====
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All global operators are services operators. Services operators are able to take action on the services system.
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=== Voting Procedure ===
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Votes must be cast as regular part of the decision making process for operating the network. Voting should be carried out as follows:
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* All network operators must vote yea or nay.
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* Votes from Global Operators shall be counted on a 1:1 basis.
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* All votes from Local Operators shall be summed, with the simple majority of all local operators counting as 1 vote.
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Should a voting action result in a tie, a tie-breaker vote should be cast by simple coin flip through the gameserv provided by services: heads for yea, tails for nay.
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=== Changing Network Policy ===
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Network policy may be changed to better suit the needs of the network and its users.
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Changing the Network Policy requires that:
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* the change be sponsored by a global operator
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Revision as of 11:18, 5 January 2020

Introduction

OshaberiNet is a collaborative effort between volunteers. This document describes the day-to-day procedures for operating the network.

Roles

Global Operators

Global operators own and maintain a hub node. This type of operator may take action on the entire network such as banning a user from all servers. They may also appoint a single local operator to assist with the operation of their node.

Local Operators

Local operators may own a leaf node or be appointed by a global operator. This type of operator may take action on single node in the network.

Services Operators

All global operators are services operators. Services operators are able to take action on the services system.

Voting Procedure

Votes must be cast as regular part of the decision making process for operating the network. Voting should be carried out as follows:

  • All network operators must vote yea or nay.
  • Votes from Global Operators shall be counted on a 1:1 basis.
  • All votes from Local Operators shall be summed, with the simple majority of all local operators counting as 1 vote.

Should a voting action result in a tie, a tie-breaker vote should be cast by simple coin flip through the gameserv provided by services: heads for yea, tails for nay.

Changing Network Policy

Network policy may be changed to better suit the needs of the network and its users.

Changing the Network Policy requires that:

  • the change be sponsored by a global operator