[AUUG-Talk]: Wind up AUUG: Objections?

steve jenkin sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au
Sun Oct 26 16:05:49 EST 2008

Stephen Rothwell wrote on 26/10/08 2:27 PM:

> To that end I would like to propose the formation of the AUUG
> Preservation Society (or Historical Society if people would prefer) with
> founding members Greg Lehey, myself, Karl Auer, Lawrie Brown and any
> other current or ex member of AUUG who wants to put their hand up.  The
> purpose of the Society is to preserve the electronic assets of AUUG until
> such time as AUUG wishes to resume its activities.
> To that end I call on the board (or failing that) the public officer to
> transfer the domain name and the contents of the web site and mailing
> lists (and any other "non tangible" assets it sees fit) into the safe
> keeping of the Society.
> All in favour, say Aye!


> As a current member (with a vested interest :-)) I would support this
> move.

On a procedural note - Lawrie is remembering a part of the AUUG
constitution about terminating.

The ACT Associations Act (?name) must let light-weight organisation
exist...  All those under-14 soccer clubs :-)

If the AUUG-PS had such a structure, would Lawrie be OK with this??

Important question:

	Does ANYONE else have objections to either of the two proposals
	now on the table? [AUUG-PS or LCA]
	(Not a call to vote or preference, just 'never while I breathe')

If people act in Good Faith, based on what appears to be consensus on
this list, there needs to be *NO* surprises from the members later on.


Steve Jenkin, Info Tech, Systems and Design Specialist.
0412 786 915 (+61 412 786 915)
PO Box 48, Kippax ACT 2615, AUSTRALIA

sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au http://members.tip.net.au/~sjenkin

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