SIG Boards - not needed

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In our experience, SIG Boards are not needed.

If you're SIG has one, don't worry, that's ok.

We find that often a looser leadership construction works just as well, if not better.  Hours of getting an election off the ground, assigning official roles and duties, are saved by not having an "official" Board.

Instead, we suggest a volunteer Leader/Chair, or co-leader/co-chair (as many as you like/need).

Also when you figure out what you want to do as a SIG, creating small committees (long-term, or better yet, short-term) to do small, specific tasks, often work well to get things done.