I thought I'd pipe up at this point with my 'ChapCom' hat on :-) - I'm
tasked with helping ChapCom achieve good communications, so if anyone has
any specific questions, I'm happy to do my best to answer them as swiftly
and fully as possible... At this point, discussions are underway within the
committee, and there could well be further feedback before too long.
Following a ChapCom vote, we will send a resolution over to the board of
trustees recommending ratificiation, and that will mark the 'official'
re-brith of the UK chapter!
Huge congrat.s / well dones to all working towards the goal, and feel free
to poke me anytime if you have any queries....
On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 5:17 AM, Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com>wrote;wrote:
2008/10/28 Mickey Conn <mickey.conn(a)gmail.com>om>:
We didn't have a formal meeting on 27th
October, so there won't be any
minutes, but the board did meet in person and were able to sign all
the necessary forms to form the new organisation, Wiki UK Ltd. This
means that the forms are ready to go to Companies House and another
stage on the timeline
The next board meeting will be on IRC, and will be held on Tuesday 4th
November at 20:30.
Have you heard back from ChapCom yet? (Beyond the informal comments
that were given last week.)
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