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thank you for the minutes. Two remarks:
- Community Structure, Legal Entities
André, let me know if you want me to translate the material discussed in Leipzig. Info for the Team: For the swiss association, there is a membership model proposed. In particular, we distinguish between members and workers. there is also a suggestion how to handle legal entities

- Website/CMS
people involved might want to have a look at the Drupal/CiviCRM combination # civicrm is well suited to manage memberships (including payments), contacts, etc # drupal is one leading cms, ideal for community plumbing and with a variety of extensions

Regards, Dani
Am 21.10.2010 23:18, schrieb Christoph Noack:
Hi everyone,

the most recent Steering Committee meeting minutes are available:

Agenda 2010-10-20:
       * Update on: get discussion about community structure started (how
         to define members?)
       * Website: should we open a "LibreOffice" website having more
         product-focus as soon as cms is available
               * do we want to have developer / user sites seperated or
                 joint as at OOo?
       * discuss results of the talk between Cor and Martin and
         consequences for OOo Council members. See OOo council minutes,
         item 2010-10-14#1

Enjoy ;-)


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