christer.edwards at gmail.com
Wed Oct 18 22:29:13 BST 2006
Our team, Ubuntu Utah, is approved by CC standards but we are not
locally "approved" or official. If there is information out there about
making it an official non-profit or something like that I would
appreciate any tips as well.
On Wed, 2006-10-18 at 15:12 -0500, Ian wrote:
> The Ubuntu Brazil team is working on our application to become an official team. We want to clear
> up some issues before we submit as the issue of 'official status' is causing a bit of debate. The
> way I read it 'approved' means approved by the community council with no other meaning whatsoever.
> I am asking this because there is also a desire here to become approved as in the sense of 'a
> legally existing body'. I assume *this* process is a completely separate thing.
> I remember a while back the French (or it might have been German) LoCo team became official in
> this sense.Has this worked out well?? What are the pitfalls to look into??
> : :' :
> `. `'`
> `- Orgulhoso ser MetaRecicleiro
christer.edwards at ubuntu.com
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