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Re: General assembly
Re: General assembly
Sun, 21 Jun 2020 14:04:56 +0200
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I will unfortunately have to excuse myself from the general assembly on
Andreas Enge <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Dear all,
> so let us have an online General Assembly in two weeks on Sunday, 21 June,
> at 14 UTC (or 16 CEST for most of us). Everybody who has replied will be
> free at that time. I do not quite know how to organise a videoconference,
> if you know of a facility with a free software backend, please speak up.
> (I asked at Aquilenet, since I think we had a possibility to host video-
> conferences, but I do not find the mail announcing it any more.)
> So here is the agenda, part of which follows from our statutes:
> 1) Activity report by the Presidency.
> Manolis will have to prepare something!
> 2) Financial report by the Treasury.
> While everything is available in the maintenance git, I will try
> to send an update to this list before the meeting.
> 3) Election of the new Presidency and Treasury.
> As written before, I think it is healthy if functions rotate,
> so please send me an email if you are interested.
> 4) Election of the Solidary Administrative Council.
> Here is its current composition. Please tell me if you would like to
> continue your participation:
> - Christopher Baines
> - Ludovic Courtès
> - Manolis Ragkousis
> - me
> - Oliver Propst
> - Ricardo Wurmus
> I noted that Julien Lepiller is up for joining.
> Please send me a message if you are also interested; there is no limit
> on the number of members.
> 5) Vote on the changes to the Statutes and Interior Reglementary as
> suggested by Simon Tournier.
> Only typos, but let us follow the bureaucracy!
> 6) Future activities.
> I think it would be nice to brainstorm a little bit about what we would
> like to do.
> 7) Other points.
> We can bring anything up during the meeting, but if you already have a
> suggestion on what to discuss, you can also mention it beforehand
> on this list.
> Looking forward to "meeting" you,
> PS: As a reminder, this list has public archives, so please reply directly
> to Manolis or me for private enquiries.
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