Yes Amgine, the steering committee circulated the paperwork for signing to
register the charity with the Canadian government. We all signed it and it
has been submitted.
I'm not sure what you mean about not being interested in implementing other
people's decisions. However, if you would like to help out with the rest of
us, you are free to forward me your contact information with you area of
interest. I will do my best to find something in that area of interest for
you to do.
On 27 November 2010 17:42, Amgine <amgine.saewyc(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 10-11-27 02:02 PM, Alan Walker wrote:
Amgine, are you interested in volunteering to
coordinate any of this?
fact is we are looking for people to help out.
If anyone is interested
volunteering please send me a private email with
your contact details
as phone number, name and email. We have set up
a spreadsheet of
interested volunteers that we are maintaining to help with future
We are making progress on the business
component, but there is always
to do. In particular, if someone is interested
in acting as a volunteer
coordinator that would be a big help. In respect to meeting up, I'm not
certain if anyone is working on pulling that together, if I recall it was
sort of an ad hoc discussion at the time.
In respect to communication, there was an update posted on the meta page
the project. Here is the link for those of you
who don't have it:
I am certainly willing to volunteer as a member of Wikimedia Canada, but
I'm very unlikely to be interested in volunteering to implement other
people's decisions. I assumed the steering committee included that kind
of responsibility, which is why I did not volunteer for it.
I'd already noticed the single edit to the meta page stating the papers
were being circulated prior to submission. I assume solely to the
aforementioned steering committee?
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