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On 13 October 2010 14:54, Drew Jensen <> wrote:

On Wed, 2010-10-13 at 22:31 +1000, Jean Hollis Weber wrote:
On Tue, 2010-10-12 at 23:27 +0200, elcico2001 wrote:

Maybe it's a little early but...
I would suggest, as I already said to Italo Vignoli, a page on the
website to show a TDF annual financial report, like, for example,

I think transparency is a good way to show TDF is working well... and,
in my opinion, it also invites people to donate more money.
Namaste :)


I have been asking for this from the community council
for many years, with no results. I don't like to give money if I don't
know where it's going. I hope The Document Foundation will do better. I
don't expect auditing, but I do expect some basic accounting.

Here is an example, from the group that handles the money raised for
OOoAuthors from sales of printed copies of the OOo user guides:


Well I a bit lost here, doesn't have to do this,
as a matter of law?


Is the difference that by law the financials must be submitted to the
relevant [government] authority but not necessarily published on the web?
It's the latter that is being requested, I think.

Harold Fuchs
London, England

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