On Mon, 2010-10-04, Graham Lauder <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Document Foundation is obviously cast in stone because that is a legal entity
but the product name should be up for discussion right now when it's most
Being pedantic here, according to Sophie in a note on a thread titled
'[Legalese] "Foundation" or "Group"?' on Oct 1, the Document Foundation
is not in fact a legal entity yet. (I was surprised to read this.)
Currently it's a group and the Foundation is not up yet, we will set
it up with the community members who wish to contribute to it. We are
planing to write a charter, organization, governance, duties, etc...
not only the small group who has launched the project, but all of the
people who are willing to be part of the Foundation.
For the moment, the German association is helping us to structure the
whole thing and have a legal backup, but we still have a lot of work
to move to an official foundation.
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