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Op 18-6-2011 12:35, Florian Effenberger schreef:

Jim Jagielski wrote on 2011-06-15 17.28:
Maybe it's a language issue, but no, the imprint does nothing
at all to make it clear. It simply says, in effect, FroDev wrote
the content and they are responsible for the content on
the site. It says nothing at all about the legal structure
at all.

so, how would you write things to be understandable much better? I'm really curious to hear how the perception could be made better... (seriously asking, not meant with bad intentions)

Have a look at the first sentence on the homepage. It simply states that TDF is a Foundation, while strictly spoken, it isn't (yet). The lack of clear information about this on the website might lead outsiders to suspect that TDF want to sweep some uncomfortable facts under the rug. The word "Foundation" in this sentence could be made a web link to a page that explains about the current situation and the progress towards becoming an actual foundation. That way, things would become much clearer. After the foundation is established, the link could point to the Statutes and similar information.

Vriendelijke groet,
Simon Brouwer.

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