Actually, more than nothing – to refute the song I’m hearing in my head as I read the post title.
Specifically, I note “ALA members present at the meeting can change the proposed agendas at any time. Any discussion topics suggested by the committee, or others, are given second place to resolutions proposed by the ALA members”
I’ll admit to having a very short event horizon (my wife says ~2 days) and I’ll admit I realize this is very short notice, but parties interested in Improving ALA (a worthy goal, which needs discussion) could use Membership I and/or II to advance discussion about what might need improvements and how to go about said improvements.
The alacoun list had a recent thread on the mechanics of introducing council resolutions; it doesn’t seem that hard, 16 points to consider and a quick run by the Resolutions Committee (oh and a Councilor-sponsor and -second to get it to the floor)