David Singer’s paragraph replaces only the first paragraph of 18.104.22.168. The remaining paragraphs remain the same, so paragraph 2 says,
“Member Consortia may also designate up to four (or more at the Team's discretion) individuals who, though not employed by the organization, may exercise the rights of Member representatives.”
And paragraph 4 says,
“For Member Consortia who have organizations as Members, all such designated representatives must be an official representative of the Member organization (i.e. a Committee or Task Force Chairperson) and must disclose their employment affiliation when participating in W3C work. Provisions for related Members apply. Furthermore, these individuals must represent the broad interests of the W3C Member organization and not the particular interests of their employers.”
So, as far as I can see, Daisy can have its official, non-paid, representatives participate, up to 4 that is.