The JCP's EC Standing Rules, in describing the duties of EC members, states:
Attendance at meetings is mandatory:
- Missing two meetings in a row (whether teleconference or face-to-face meetings) results in the loss of voting privileges in all JSR ballots and EC votes that have not yet started. An EC member who has lost voting privileges cannot make or second a motion. Privileges are regained after full attendance at two consecutive meetings.
- Missing five meetings in a row, or missing more than two-thirds of all
meetings in any consecutive twelve-month period, results in loss of EC
The precise details of when voting privileges are lost and regained is recorded in the minutes of the March 2012 EC meeting (see Loss and restatement of voting privileges.)
See the table below for a visual record of members' attendance at EC meetings and here for attendance records of previous EC members.
Members listed in red are currently non-voting members because of their attendance record.