[AUUG-Talk]: Re: SGM to decide the fate of AUUG (was: Wind up AUUG: Objections?)

Greg 'groggy' Lehey Greg.Lehey at auug.org.au
Fri Oct 24 12:06:39 EST 2008

Sorry, I accidentally forgot to copy auug-talk on this.  Thanks to
Steve Jenkin for reminding me.


On Wednesday, 22 October 2008 at 16:27:20 +1100, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote:
> On Wednesday, 22 October 2008 at 12:55:50 +1100, David Purdue wrote:
>> Christopher Vance wrote:
>>> On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 09:58:21AM +1100, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote:
>>>> One obvious person is the public officer, who I believe is David
>>>> Purdue (also explicitly copied).  David, do you know any more?  I'll
>>>> also contact consumer affairs, who appear to be the people who handle
>>>> this sort of stuff.  See http://tinyurl.com/5wrxrz for more details.
>>> I checked within the last year, and the public officer is somebody
>>> else whose name I did not recognize.
>>> The relevant Victorian department has been ignoring our returns for a
>>> number of years, including changes of public officer and so on.
>> Public officer is Luc Chandon, I believe.
> Correct.  Well, Luce, and they have him down as his old name, Luce
> Napoletano.
> Does anybody know where Luce is nowadays?  Last mail I had from him
> was over 10 years ago, from <luce at indyanna.appo.tandem.com>, which
> most definitely will no longer be valid.
> I've spoken to the consumer affairs people, and they tell me:
> - Yes, we don't have to charge membership.
> - Given that we have no committee ("board"), anybody can call an SGM
>   to decide the fate of the association.
> I'd suggest that hold an SGM for some time in late November or early
> December, in Melbourne (since it's a VIC association) or possibly
> Sydney if we can get more people there.  During the SGM we should
> decide:
> 1.  Are there enough people interested in keeping AUUG alive?  We need
>     five.
> 2.  If the answer is affirmative, elect a committee.
> As I've stated in the past, I'm prepared to serve on the committee
> assuming that it doesn't become too much work.  Who else is game?
> The election assumes a quorum, of course.  Presumably the only
> financial members left are life members and those who have paid for
> multiple years.  Is there any recent membership list?
> Greg
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