Aren't there ways to get around forming a formal organization to support
Free Software in Canada? Or are there other simpler organizations that can
be formed to support the activities of various Canadian groups?
> On Sun, 22 Jan 2012 02:16:21 -0800, fsfc-discuss-bounces+beagle7=
> teksavvy.com@gnu.... wrote:
> > Great to have found a Canadian presence for the FSF ;)
> > How much interest is there in moving this beyond the discussion stage?
> > I'm very interested in what this could become.
> *It's hard to quantify interest, unless manifested in the posts ;)
> *It will become what we make of it.
> *The discussions I read involved travel to meetings - unaffordable for me
> personally, since I don't live near to central Canada.
> *I have a bit of experience derived from being on the boards of two
> non-profits, but zero in setting up an agency - I understand that it
> involves a huge effort - a high threshhold.
> But, once done, there is less effort in maintenance.
> *The key is in finding a starting point.
> Thanks for your interest!
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