BYLAWS OF THE OPENSTACK FOUNDATION
a Delaware Nonstock, Nonprofit Corporation
ARTICLE I. PREAMBLE
Article I, Section 1. The Foundation. The OpenStack Foundation shall protect and promote the OpenStack Project.
Article I, Section 2. Governance Framework. A Technical Committee shall oversee the development of the OpenStack Project and admit new projects to incubation. A Board of Directors shall manage the business and community affairs of the Foundation in support of the Technical Committee and the OpenStack community, and admit new projects into core OpenStack after incubation. The Technical Committee shall be the successor to the OpenStack Project Policy Board.<<FootNote(See Governance/Foundation/TechnicalCommittee. This page is not final; Jonathan Bryce is working with the Committee to finalize; once this is final, we can decide if and how to incorporate this process into these Bylaws.)>> The Board of Directors shall be selected by the Membership, and shall be comprised in equal parts of Platinum Member Directors, Gold Member Directors, and Individual Member Directors. Each Platinum member shall appoint one (1) Director. Each of the Individual Members and Gold Members as a class shall elect Directors equal in number to the Platinum Directors. The Technical Committee and the Board shall jointly appoint a User Committee that shall provide recommendations on the development of the Project.
Article I, Section 3. Officers. The Board shall appoint an Executive Director who shall have discretion to manage the day-to-day business and community affairs of the Foundation with the policy parameters set by the Board. The Board shall appoint as Secretary an individual elected by the Individual Member class. The Board may appoint other officers as necessary for the efficient management of the Foundation.
ARTICLE II. MEMBERSHIP
Article II, Section 1. Membership Classes. The Foundation shall have three (3) classes of Members: (i) Individual, (ii) Gold, and (iii) Platinum. Platinum and Gold Members may be natural persons, business entities, academic institutions, government agencies, or any other legal person. Individual Members must be natural persons. Individual personnel of Platinum and Gold Members may be Individual Members. The Board may establish a membership class for government, academic and non-profit entities, and establish rights and obligations for such class, provided that such class shall not elect Directors unless these Bylaws are amended as provided in Article X.
Article II, Section 2. Individual Members. The initial Individual Members shall be those individuals listed on the initial Individual Member Registry published by OpenStack, LLC on the date of formation of the Foundation.<<FootNote(OpenStack, LLC will admit initial Individual Members during the ratification period using the process defined by these Bylaws, including execution of the OpenStack Individual Member Agreement attached as Appendix 1.)>> The Secretary shall maintain the Individual Member Registry, and shall admit and remove Individual Members from the Individual Member Registry in accordance with these Bylaws and the reasonable procedures approved by the Board that are consistent with these Bylaws and necessary for the efficient management of the Individual Member Registry. As a condition to Individual Membership, the Secretary shall require each individual to sign the Individual Member Agreement attached to these Bylaws as Appendix 1, and provide their name, organizational affiliation, if any, a statement describing their interest in OpenStack, and contact information to be used by the Member for voting purposes. The Secretary shall promptly admit new Individual Members who satisfy the membership conditions. There shall be no limit on the size of the Individual Membership. The Secretary shall publish the Individual Member Registry, but shall not include the contact information of the Individual Members. If the Secretary makes available to the Individual Members a reasonable electronic means for Members to self-update their contact and affiliation information, then Individual Members shall be responsible for updating their contact and affiliation information using such means.
Article II, Section 3. Individual Membership Term. The term of each Individual Membership shall begin on the date that the Individual is added to the Individual Member Registry by the Secretary and shall continue indefinitely, provided that the Secretary shall remove from the Individual Member Registry any individual who submits a written withdrawal of membership, or who violates the Individual Member Agreement, in the Secretary’s reasonable discretion. In addition, the Secretary shall review the Individual Member registry annually, and shall remove any Individual Member who has not voted in an election for a period of twenty four (24) months or longer, unless such member affirms their membership in writing within thirty (30) days of the Secretary’s written request for written affirmation.
Article II, Section 4. Gold Members. The initial Gold Members shall be those persons listed on the initial Gold Member Registry published by OpenStack, LLC on the date of formation of the Foundation.<<FootNote(OpenStack, LLC will admit initial Gold Members during the ratification period using the process defined by these Bylaws, including execution of the OpenStack Gold Member Agreement attached as Appendix 2. Initial Gold Membership shall be opened first to the initial eleven Gold Committers; if any of the initial eleven Gold Committers declines Gold Membership, then OpenStack, LLC may admit other persons such that the initial Gold Membership is eleven.)>> The Secretary shall maintain the Gold Member Registry, and shall admit and remove Gold Members from the Gold Member Registry in accordance with these Bylaws and the reasonable procedures approved by the Board that are consistent with these Bylaws and necessary for the efficient management of the Gold Member Registry. As a condition to Gold Membership, the Secretary shall require each Gold Member to sign the Gold Member Agreement attached to these Bylaws as Appendix 2. The Secretary shall publish the Gold Member Registry, but shall not include the contact information of the Gold Members. The size of the Gold Membership shall not exceed twenty four (24) members.
Article II, Section 5. Voting on Gold Directors. Only the initial Gold Members may vote in the initial election of Gold Directors to be held in [January 2013]. Sixteen (16) Gold Members may vote in the election of Gold Directors to be held in [January 2014], and all Gold Members may vote in subsequent elections for Gold Directors. If the Gold Membership exceeds sixteen (16) at the time of the January 2014 election, then the right to vote shall be held by each renewing initial Gold Member, and by those additional Gold Members having the earliest date of nomination as identified by the Secretary, up to a total of sixteen (16) members.
Article II, Section 6. Nomination and Election of New and Renewing Gold Members. The Board shall vote to admit new and renewing Gold Members. New Gold Members must be nominated by existing Gold Members comprising at least fifteen percent (15%) of the Gold Members. Renewing Gold Members must be nominated by existing Gold Members comprising at least fifteen percent (15%) of the Gold Members excluding the nominated Gold Member, provided however, that each initial Gold Member may renew its membership for the 2013 calendar year at its option without nomination or approval of the Board. Nominations for Gold Member must be made in writing and submitted to the Secretary no later than November 30 of each year. No nomination for Gold Member shall be complete until the Gold Member has submitted to the Secretary a signed Gold Member Agreement (either a new agreement or a renewal of an existing agreement) in the form attached to these Bylaws as Appendix 2. The new or renewed Gold Member Agreement shall become binding and effective upon the Board’s vote to admit the new or renewing Gold Member for the term.
Article II, Section 7. Gold Membership Term. The Gold Member term shall be a calendar year, beginning on January 1 of each year, provided, however, that membership term for the initial Gold Members shall begin on the formation of the Foundation and end on December 31, 2012. The Secretary shall remove from the Gold Member Registry any Gold Member who submits a written withdrawal of membership, or who is removed by the Board for breach of its Member Agreement.
Article II, Section 8. Platinum Members. The initial Platinum Members shall be those persons listed on the initial Platinum Member Registry published by OpenStack, LLC on the date of formation of the Foundation.<<FootNote(OpenStack, LLC will admit initial Platinum Members during the ratification period using the process defined by these Bylaws, including execution of the OpenStack Platinum Member Agreement attached as Appendix 3. Initial Platinum Membership shall be opened first to the initial eight Platinum Committers; if any of the initial eight Platinum Committers declines Platinum Membership, then OpenStack, LLC may admit other persons such that the initial Platinum Membership is eight.)>> The Secretary shall maintain the Platinum Member Registry, and shall admit and remove Platinum Members from the Platinum Member Registry in accordance with these Bylaws and the reasonable procedures approved by the Board that are consistent with these Bylaws and necessary for the efficient management of the Platinum Member Registry. As a condition to Platinum Membership, the Secretary shall require each individual to sign the Platinum Member Agreement attached to these Bylaws as Appendix 3. The size of the Platinum Membership shall not exceed eight (8) members.
Article II, Section 9. Platinum Member Term. The initial Platinum Members’ term shall be three (3) years. [TBD -renewals and continuity for Platinum Members ]
Article II, Section 10. Removal of Members, Combination of Platinum Entity Members. On the motion of any member of the Board at any regular or special meeting, the Board shall vote on the termination of any Gold or Platinum Member on the grounds stated in the applicable Member Agreement.<<FootNote(The Platinum and Gold membership agreements will include as grounds for termination misconduct, change in control, change in alignment, merger of two (2) members.)>> The Secretary may remove any Individual Member on the grounds stated in the Individual Member Agreement<<FootNote(Misconduct will be the only grounds for termination under the Individual Membership Agreement.)>> on notice to the Individual Member and the Board. In the event there is a merger between two Platinum Members or other event which results in two (2) Platinum Members being brought under common control, then those Members must relinquish one (1) Board seat at the next regular meeting of the Board, and the Board shall fill the vacancy for the remaining term of the vacant Platinum Membership.
ARTICLE III. TECHNICAL COMMITTEE
The Technical Committee shall oversee the development of the Project as a technical meritocracy and shall admit new projects to incubation. The Technical Committee shall be comprised of Individual Member representatives elected in the manner determined by the Technical Committee from time to time and published to the Foundation website. Representatives to the Technical Committee must be Individual Members. On the written request of at least three (3) representatives to the Technical Committee, the Board shall appoint a mediator to assist in the resolution of any dispute or deadlock in the Technical Committee.
ARTICLE IV. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Article IV, Section 1. Authority of the Board. The Board shall manage the business and community affairs of the Foundation, and shall decide whether to add new technical projects to core OpenStack. New projects may be admitted to core OpenStack by a majority vote of the Board. In addition, the Board shall determine whether to add or remove Gold Members or Platinum Members in accordance with these Bylaws.
Article IV, Section 2. Directors. Each Platinum Member shall appoint a Director, and may remove and replace its appointed Director at any time in the Platinum Member’s sole discretion. The Individual Directors and Gold Directors shall be elected by the Individual Member Class and Gold Member Class, respectively, on an annual basis as provided in these Bylaws. The Board may designate up to three (3) Individual Director seats for the representation of specific community interests, such as government, academic, user, or technical interests.
Article IV, Section 3. Board Size. The initial Board shall be comprised of twenty four (24) Directors. The size of the Board shall not exceed twenty four (24) Directors. [TBD – adjustments down in to Board size if there are fewer than 8 companies willing to be Platinum or Gold members]
Article IV, Section 4. Chair. The Board shall elect a Chair from among the Directors to serve for a term of one (1) year. The Chair may be elected to multiple one (1) year terms. The Chair shall preside over the meetings of the Board, and shall have other powers and responsibilities defined in these Bylaws. Each Chair shall serve until his or her resignation or removal, or until his or her successor is elected.
Article IV, Section 5. Regular Meetings. The first Meeting of the Board shall be held [date]<<FootNote(Anticipate fall of 2012 to coincide with October Design Summit and Conference.)>>. Subsequent regular meetings shall be held quarterly, to coincide with community wide events to the extent practicable. If there is no regular quarterly meeting held in December, then the Board shall also hold a meeting in December of each year for the purpose of approving new Gold Members. The Board shall, on an annual basis, establish the dates and times of the regular quarterly meetings and the additional December meeting, if applicable, and the Secretary shall give prompt written notice of the schedule to each Director then in office.
Article IV, Section 6. Special Meetings. A special meeting of the Board shall be called by the Chair for any purpose. A special meeting shall be called by the Secretary: (i) for the purpose of filling a vacancy on the Board, or a vacancy in the office of the Chair, or (ii) on the written request signed by two thirds(2/3) of the then serving members of the Board to address a matter identified in such written request. Notice of a special meeting must be given in writing at least ten (10) days prior to the meeting date to each Director then in office.
Article IV, Section 7. Notices, Quorum and Voting. The Secretary shall give reasonable advance notice of regular and special Board meetings to the Membership. A majority of the total number of Directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. For any matter requiring or permitting a vote of the Board, the vote shall be decided by a majority of the Directors present at the meeting unless a different percentage is required by these Bylaws. If there is a tie, the matter shall be decided by the Chair.
Article IV, Section 8. Unanimous Written Consent. On any matter on which a vote of the Board is required or permitted, the Board may instead act by a written consent signed by each Director.
Article IV, Section 9. Committees of Board. The Board shall appoint a Legal Affairs Committee. The Board may, in its discretion, appoint one (1) or more additional committees of Directors, such as Budget & Finance and Membership.
Article IV, Section 10. Legal Affairs Committee. The Legal Affairs Committee shall: (i) manage compliance with and enforcement of the Trademark Policy, (ii) design and implement, with the approval of the full Board, indemnification, defense, and other strategies to promote the efficient resolution of patent and other intellectual property issues and disputes related the Members’ use of the Project, and (iii) manage all programs approved and funded by the Board related to intellectual property management and protection. Specifically, but without limitation, the Legal Affairs Committee may propose policies and agreements by which Members license intellectual property in the Project generally.
Article IV, Section 11. Vacancies. An Individual or Gold Director may resign on written notice to the Secretary. A Platinum Member may remove and replace a Platinum Director on written notice to the Secretary. Vacancies on the Board created by the removal or resignation of an Individual or Gold Director, shall be filled by the majority vote of all Directors then serving of the same class (Individual or Gold) as the vacant seat.
Article IV, Section 12. Open Meetings and Records. Except as necessary to protect attorney client privilege and sensitive personal information, the Board shall: (i) permit observation of its meetings by Members via remote teleconference or other electronic means, and (ii) publish material financial and other reports, and make available to any Member on request other information and records of the Foundation.
Article IV, Section 13. Compensation, Expenses. Directors shall not be entitled to compensation or reimbursement of expenses, except that on the request of an Individual Director, the Foundation shall advance the reasonable travel expenses associated with in-person attendance at the each regular quarterly Board meeting held in the Fall, including airfare, lodging, and meals.
Article IV, Section 14. Indemnification, Insurance. [TBD]
ARTICLE V. USER COMMITTEE
The User Committee shall be comprised of at least three (3) Individual Members, one (1) appointed by the Technical Committee, one (1) appointed by the Board, and one (1) appointed by the Technical Committee and Board appointees. The User Committee shall organize its meetings according to a reasonable process that they select, and may, on approval of the Board, create elected seats to be filled by a vote of the Individual Members. On request of the User Committee, the Technical Committee and the Board shall invite the User Committee to attend each regular quarterly meeting and shall allocate at least one (1) hour during the regular quarterly meeting following the annual election to hear the report and recommendations of the User Committee.
ARTICLE VI. OFFICERS
Article VI, Section 1. Officers. Officers must be Individual Members of the Foundation.
Article VI, Section 2. Executive Director. The Executive Director shall be appointed by the Board and shall serve at the discretion of the Board, provided that the Board may approve a reasonable employment agreement not to exceed one (1) year. The Executive Director shall manage the business and community affairs of the Foundation within the policy and budget parameters set by the Board. The Executive Director may employ full and part-time staff and set reasonable compensation for the staff within the policy and budget parameters set by the Board.
Article VI, Section 3. Secretary. The initial Secretary shall be _<<FootNote(This individual will be named in the Bylaws since he or she will need to take actions prior to the first annual election and Board meeting; the Bylaws will not be adopted by the Board until the first Board meeting, but the Secretary will have power to conduct elections prior to this since each Member will be required to sign a Membership Agreement that incorporates the Bylaws.)>>. The initial Secretary shall serve until a new Secretary is elected by the Individual Members as described in Article VII and appointed by the Board, or until he or she withdraws or resigns. The Board may remove the Secretary for failure to perform the duties required by these Bylaws. In the event of a vacancy in the office of Secretary, the Board shall appoint an acting Secretary to serve until a new Secretary elect is chosen at the next annual election of the Individual Members and appointed to the position by the Board. The Board shall set reasonable compensation for the services of the Secretary. In addition to the other duties established by these Bylaws, the Secretary shall attend each regular and special meeting of the Board, and shall take and publish minutes of the meetings.
Article VI, Section 4. Other Officers. The Board may establish additional offices and set the compensation for such offices at its discretion, such as Treasurer and Assistant Treasurer and Assistant Secretary.
ARTICLE VII. ELECTIONS, VOTING
Article VII, Section 1. Annual Elections. The Board shall set the dates for the annual elections of the Individual and Gold Directors, and the Secretary. The first annual election for Gold Directors shall be held in January of 2013. The first annual election for Individual Directors and Secretary shall be held in March of 2013. The Board shall set the date for each subsequent annual election within two (2) weeks (before or after) of the anniversary of the prior annual election. At each annual election of the Gold Members, the Gold Members shall elect the Gold Directors. At each annual election of the Individual Members, the Individual Members shall elect Individual Directors and the Secretary elect.
Article VII, Section 2. Interim Elections. On formation of the Foundation, the Secretary may hold elections for interim Gold and Individual Directors to serve until the first annual elections described in Article VII, Section 1 above. The Secretary shall hold elections for interim Director using the voting and other processes described in these Bylaws.
Article VII, Section 3. Notice of Voting Windows. The Secretary shall give the Members written notice of the voting window for each annual election and each other matter for which a vote of the Members is to be taken no later than forty five (45) days prior to the first day of the voting window in the manner provided in Article X below. The Secretary shall also publish the notice on the Foundation website.
Article VII, Section 4. Nominations. Nominations for Individual Director, Gold Director, and Secretary must be submitted to the Secretary in writing, signed by the nominating Member(s) no later than ten (10) days prior to the first day of the election window. Nominations for Individual Director must be made by at least ten (10) Individual Members. Nominations for Gold Director must be made by at least three (3) Gold Members. The Secretary shall promptly publish the names of all properly nominated persons to the Foundation website.
Article VII, Section 5. Meetings. On request of any nominee for Director, the Chair shall schedule and announce a live forum at which all of the nominees may address the Membership. Such forum shall allow for remote electronic attendance by some reasonable and customary means, and may also allow for in person attendance.
Article VII, Section 6. Voting Process. The outcome of elections shall be determined on a Condorcet basis with proportional representation. Outcomes for votes that are not elections shall be determined by a simple majority vote. The Secretary shall use an online voting service approved by the Board. The voting window for each election and each other matter for which a vote of the Members or any class of Members is to be taken shall be three (3) business days. The Secretary shall open the voting at 9:00 a.m. central time on the Monday of the voting window, and close the voting at 5:00 p.m. central time on Wednesday. The Secretary shall publish the results of the election no later than 5:00 p.m. on Thursday. The Secretary shall publish the results of the election, including the number of votes for each candidate, but shall not publish the content of any Member ballot.
Article VII, Section 7. Quorum. No election or other matter on which a vote of the Members is taken shall be effective unless ten percent (10%) of the members of the class entitled to vote participate in the vote.
Article VII, Section 8. Inspector of Elections. On the request of one third (1/3) of the Platinum or Gold Members, or five percent (5%) of the entire Individual Membership, made prior to the voting or within three (3) days of the closing of the voting window, the Secretary shall appoint a neutral inspector to certify the results of the voting.
ARTICLE VIII. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY
Article VIII, Section 1. Apache License and CLA. The Project shall not accept contributions of software code unless such contribution is made on the terms of the Apache 2.0 license, and the contributor has executed the applicable Contributor License Agreement attached as Appendix 4. The Board may adopt additional contributor license agreements as may be appropriate to secure a license on the same terms as stated in the Contributor License Agreements attached on Appendix 4 from entities other than those covered by those Contributor License Agreements, or by contributors in non -United States jurisdictions.
Article VIII, Section 2. Creative Commons. The Project may accept contributions of documentation and other copyrighted work that is not software code under the terms of a [Creative Commons license specified by the Board from time to time].
Article VIII, Section 3. Trademark Policy. The Trademark Policy attached as Appendix 5 shall be the policy of the Foundation. The Trademark Policy may be amended without amendment to these Bylaws by vote of two thirds (2/3) of each class of Directors then in office (Individual, Gold, Platinum), provided that no change to the Trademark Policy may be made prior to the first annual election. The Board shall publish the revised Trademark Policy on the Foundation website promptly following the vote of the Board. Changes to the Trademark Policy shall not be effective until ninety (90) days following the date of publication, or a later time established by the Board. Any use of the a Foundation trademark that was permitted by the policy prior to a change shall be continue to be permitted for one (1) year from the date of the publication of the change, or a later time established by the Board.
ARTICLE IX. ANTITRUST COMPLIANCE
The Antitrust Policy attached as Appendix 6 shall be the Policy of the Foundation.
ARTICLE X. MISCELLANEOUS
Article X, Section 1. Amendment of Bylaws. These Bylaws, including the Membership Agreements, may be amended only as provided in this Section. A motion to amend these Bylaws may be made only by one (1) of the following means: (i) a resolution of the Technical Committee approved by at least two-thirds (2/3) of individuals serving on the Technical Committee, (ii) a resolution of the Board approved by at least two-thirds (2/3) of the Directors; (iii) a motion of the Individual Member class that is approved by at least ten percent (10%) of the Individual Members listed in the Individual Member Registry, (iv) a resolution of the Gold Member class that is approved by at least two-thirds (2/3) of the Gold Members listed in the Gold Member Registry, or (iv) a resolution of the Platinum Members that is approved by at least two-thirds (2/3) of the Platinum Members. The motion must be in writing, must specifically state the proposed language of the Bylaws Section(s) as amended, and must be signed by each approving Technical Committee member, Director, Individual Member, Gold Member or Platinum Member, as applicable. On receipt of a motion that meets the requirements stated above, the Secretary shall conduct a vote of the Individual Membership. The Secretary shall open the voting window within thirty (30) days of receipt of the motion. The Bylaws shall be amended effective upon a “yes” vote by a majority vote of a the Individual Members, but only if at least twenty five percent (25%) of the Individual Members then listed on the Individual Member registry participate in the vote. Notwithstanding the foregoing:
- (i) A motion to amend Article VIII (Intellectual Property Policy) shall be adopted only if approved by each of the following: (A) a two-thirds (2/3)vote of the Platinum Membership, (B) a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Gold Membership, and (C) a majority vote of the Individual Membership in which at least twenty five percent (25%) of the Individual Membership participates. A change in Article VIII (Intellectual Property Policy) shall be effective beginning thirty (30) days following the completion of all votes approving the motion, and shall apply only to Project contributions made after the effective time of the change; and
- (ii) A motion that changes the voting rights of the Gold or Platinum Members must be approved by at least % of the affected member class.
The Board may, without amendment to these Bylaws modify the following documents attached as Appendices: (i) the Antitrust Policy and the Member Agreements as necessary to comply with applicable law, and (ii) the Member Agreements as necessary for the efficient administration of the Foundation provided that such changes do not have the effect of materially changing the substance of the Member Agreements.
Article X, Section 2. Removal of Project from Core OpenStack. [TBD; same process as for amendment to Bylaws?]
Article X, Section 3. Registered Office. The registered agent and office of the Foundation shall be shall be fixed in the Foundation’s certificate of incorporation.
Article X, Section 3. Notices to Members. Where these Bylaws require notice to the Members, the Secretary shall give notice via publication to the Foundation website and electronic mail to the Members of each class to whom notice is to be given. In the event electronic mail ceases to be a widely used for of communication, the Board may by resolution establish an alternative means of communication without amendment to these Bylaws.
Article X, Section 4. Writings, Documents to be Signed. Where these Bylaws require or permit a resolution or other document to be in writing, the requirement may be satisfied by an electronic means of communication. The Secretary shall establish procedures for transmission of written materials required by these Bylaws. Where these Bylaws require or permit a resolution or other document to be signed, the signature may be made by manually, or by any reasonable electronic means designated by the Secretary. Documents may be signed in counterparts. Signed documents may be transmitted by electronic mail, facsimile, and other customary electronic means authorized by the Secretary.
Article X, Section 5. Dispute Resolution. The Membership Agreements shall include a clause requiring the members to participate in dispute resolution efforts as a pre-condition to the filing of any legal action in connection with the interpretation of these Bylaws or the documents incorporated by reference in these Bylaws. The dispute resolution clause may be modified by the Board from time to time.
Article X, Section 6. Defined Terms.
“Board”' or “Board of Directors” means the Board of Directors established by these Bylaws and described in Article IV.
“Director” means a member of the Board of Directors. “Individual Director,” “Gold Director,” and “Platinum Director” refer to the Directors elected or appointed by the Individual, Gold or Platinum Member classes, respectively.
“Foundation” means the OpenStack Foundation.
“Member” means a person who has qualified as a member pursuant to these Bylaws and who has not resigned or been removed as provided in these Bylaws.
“OpenStack Project” or “Project” means the open source software project known as OpenStack. The lower case term “project” refers to a project component of the OpenStack Project. The term “core OpenStack” refers to those projects that are part of an integrated release and for which an OpenStack trademark may be used. On formation of the Foundation, core OpenStack includes Compute, Dashboard, Identity Service, Image Service, Network, and Object storage.
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