[Foundation-l] What are the assets of the Foundation, anyway?
gerard.meijssen at gmail.com
Thu Apr 19 18:23:45 UTC 2007
I think you are doing really well showing how well you will be able to
collaborate with your future colleagues, that is to say if you are indeed
going to run for board membership and if you are indeed elected .. two big
You are also showing how professional you are by telling about things that
should be privileged information. It seems to me that it is reasonable to
expect you to keep the things confidential that happen during your
professional activities. It seems reasonable that issues are addressed while
working for an organisation. It seems reasonable to allow for an exit
interview because that is how you demonstrate that you are professional.
Then again, maybe my expectations are unreasonable.
On 4/19/07, daniwo59 at aol.com <daniwo59 at aol.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 4/19/2007 12:47:31 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> Anthere9 at yahoo.com writes:
> What Danny and Kelly say are not only "criticism", they are personnal
> attacks and insults. When Danny says we are not taking responsability,
> it is something else. It is somehow accusing us on the legal ground.
> What will happen next ? Accusations of fraud ? Accusation of theft ? Or
> what ? Is there a limit ? And all we should do is smile and accept to go
> on being kicked ?
> I would never accuse the Board of fraud or theft. Abuse of donated funds
> another story entirely. Having a board member insist that the foundation
> rent him a car so that he can go to the beach ... questionable to
> furthering the
> goals of the foundation.
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