[Consortium] re: linuxaudio.org
daniel at linuxaudio.org
Fri Jan 30 05:53:28 EST 2004
> But if your role would end, and you wouldn't be able to supervise,
> who would handle the post then?
Naturally the consortium would change its contact address to another
post office box or office which was more convenient for the new
director. I would of course forward on any post.
> From a legal point of view, it's just a bunch of projects and
> companies listed on a site, the domain is entirely in the hands of
Quite true for the time being - which is why I'm trying to set up a
management board. The more time we spend arguing about the same
points, the less time there is for advocacy.
> An organisation should be the last step in promoting linuxaudio.
There we disagree.
> And i fear that it will involve another mailing-list, what's worse,
> a private one. The managment board mailing list.
The management board mailing list will have closed membership for a
very good reason - democratic accountability. The archive will be
public of course.
> Is there anything we should hide?
Personally I have nothing to hide. However, as Christian pointed out,
some people will want to have private discussions for reasons such as
commercial confidentiality. It's my expectation that before a large
organisation joined a group like linuxaudio.org, they would approach
certain people privately first to test the reaction - this is my
> Seems like all my words were worthless.
So far you've had very little constructive criticism to offer, Marek.
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