On Friday 16 November 2007 17:33, David Golden wrote:
> On Friday 16 November 2007, Sonic wrote:
> > Constitution?? What's the point? We're not a country!
>> IIRC a written constitution or memorandum of understanding was needed
> in order to allow ILUG to become a sufficiently formal
> Irish "unincorporated association", thus allowing a bank account to be
> opened, an .ie domain registration (with Linus' permission as trademark
> holder to call it linux.ie) and so forth.
That's fair enough. I'd look at that as a means to an end. All that is done
now. Are they going to take all of it back if we don't stick to our
constitution? I'm not being smart. The bank might have required that we have a
constitution but do we require that we have and stick to one? Also, AFAIK the
restrictions on the IE donains are being done away with.
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