[Ubuntu-ch] Finance details of the ZH RP
lists.tormod at gmail.com
Mon Jun 9 20:47:18 BST 2008
<Quoting the entire post since I am not sure it came out on the list>
On Mon, Jun 9, 2008 at 6:35 PM, Arnaud Praplan <calimarno at ...> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> Le jeudi 05 juin 2008 à 12:04 +0200, Tormod Volden a écrit :
>> For instance, what about donating the 40 francs to, say, SwissLinux.
>> Then arrange next party in cooperation with them. In the end it will
>> be the same people doing the same job. They have a bank account,
>> treasurer, assemblies, rules, yawn.
> Swisslinux.org is always pleased of receiving some donations. As some
> of you already stressed, there is already a lot of FLOSS associations
> in Switzerland and it could be an overkill for Ubuntu-CH to create one
> Of course, Swisslinux.org is ready to help you organising release and
> install parties and the association can also contribute financally to
> this events. We are not rich, but a little sponsoring for refreshments
> for example should be possible.
> Our association is organised in project groups, so that there is the
> possibility to have one for Ubuntu-CH, including people that would
> deal with all the financial and administrative work of Ubuntu-CH (you
> do not need to be a member of Swisslinux.org to be part of such a
> group). But we saw that you were able to organize events without any
> rigid associative structure, so everything could go in the same way.
> For Swisslinux.org's comitee, it is extremely important to have one
> contact person for our collaboration with Ubuntu-CH, so that we know
> who can give us up-to-date information about Ubuntu-CH. So, do not
> hesitate to contact the comitee (comite at swisslinux.org) in the future
> to explain in a detailed fashion what your needs are (conference,
> helping hands, technical aid, etc.) and so that we can provide you all
> the help we can.
> Best regards
> Calimarno, Swisslinux.org's Treasurer for the comitee
Calimarno, since you are one of the active in both Swisslinux and
Ubuntu-ch, I guess you are (already) the perfect contact person?
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