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Re: [board-discuss] creation of The Document Collective (TDC)
- Subject: Re: [board-discuss] creation of The Document Collective (TDC)
- From: Dennis Roczek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 09 Feb 2020 18:50:31 +0100
- To: Michael Meeks <email@example.com>
- Cc: Uwe Altmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
Am 07.02.2020 23:09 schrieb Michael Meeks <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi Dennis,
> On 07/02/2020 17:43, Dennis Roczek wrote:
> >> There are some attractions however to having multiple jurisdictions
> >> involved - we've really appreciated the flexibility that SPI has helped
> >> us with over the years (as an example).
> > As I do not find the numbers in the already published ledgers: how much
> > money did The Document Foundation already paid to lawyers ?
> So far - exactly zero, and exactly zero expenses for setting up TDC so
> far. TDF has paid no money to anyone around TDC AFAIK.
After the announcement and for an half year nothing happened regarding legal stuff? So basically only talking within the committee with no decisions?
>Then again -
> we've had some friendly pro-bono legal advice, input from the group of
> FLOSS foundations, and a sensible group of people have put a lot of time
> into meeting and discussing options on constitution, jurisdiction and more.
> > And how much are they willing (or planning) to do this? Was the
> > Videolan Community asked how they did handled all these legal stuff?
> I've talked to Jean-Baptist a fair bit in the past - I would be
> surprised if he had a lot to offer on this topic, and VLC's profile is
> rather different from TDF's and TDCs.
How? They have published VLC in every store!
> All these legal stuff is not quite
> as obvious as it may look at first glance - nevermind getting something
> setup, bank accounts opened, articles written and so on.
> Incidentally - one of the reasons that things do not get actually done
> around TDC (and in other places), is that as soon as consensus appears
> to be building [ getting a dozen people to agree on anything complex and
> nuanced is a tough process ] then something disruptive comes along to
> jam things up. That is really distressing for those wanting to get moving.
> The Board agreed to create TDC, it created a committee to do that, the
> committee met at some length, then that committee explained where it is
> at to a new Board. We're continuing to execute, and I think it's a good
> idea to publish an update - as a board we need to cleanup and publish
> minutes from our meeting in due course, which I expect to help.
> Please be patient; we are currently a few days away from the transition
> to a new board which (may) be more decisive and dynamic - I really hope
> so - let see.
That might indeed help.
> Then again - I love that you are interested & care! =) it has been a
> long time since anyone has turned up to a public board meeting,
Which could be a result of tge meeting which is for many Europeans at their working time. ;-(
> asked good questions - which can surely only be a good thing.
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