Volker Merschmann wrote:
My Deutsch isn't the best, I am guessing that the literal translation of
the above is Freedom Office Germany e.V. whatever the e. V. stands for.
Anyway a non legaleze explanation of what is happening and what must
happen for TDF to be a full official foundation would be appreciated.
2011/6/9 Simon Brouwer <email@example.com>:
Suppose Oracle had considered donating the OpenOffice.org trademarks and
copyrights to TDF. How could it be the recipient of such a donation if it
didn't exist as a legal entity?
I'm feeling it's the hundredth time it is told: The german association
"Freies Office Deutschland e.V." is the legal represantive for the TDF
until the legal act of founding has happened. And the latter one is
not so easy to do.
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